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Hi,for the first time today i had a real overcast situation. I slewed up to have a view from above. It looked real nice, only a few small gaps. I then decided to increase the number of layers from 6 to 10 to improve it a little. To my amazement it became less an overcast situation, then decided to set the maximum layers of 20 which didn't change very much?At the same time ASX cloud layers seem too far apart and too high. In real life clouds most of the time are below 10,000 feet. In ASX they spread up to 35,000 feet, to far apart most of the time. I'm almost at the point of returning to the default online weather, it's more realistic in the cloudlayer altitude spread. Like nice big cumulus peaking through (unfortunately still square area's) of stratus layers. Just my thoughts, a minor complaint.Regards, Gerrit

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Hi,Sorry for the problem. You must know that the cloud layer slider does not increase the number of layers automatically, but only if the METAR calle for more layers. If the METAR calls for 2 layers, that is all that are going to show up in FSX as long as that slider is set to 2 or higher.Thanks,Jim

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