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ActiveSky and FS SkyWorld SE

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Does anyone know;When you use Active Sky to download weather will it take advantage of the clouds and new virtual sky colors of FS Skyworld SE?Thanks, Boone

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Virtual sky color should be disabled as it really is an overcast cloud layer that has been made to look blue and as such will be used by Activesky as if it was a cloudlayer. Also only those cloud sets that you have selected in FS Sky World will be used by Activesky. It is probably best to use the standard white clouds. So the two programs don't cooperate in any way, but they are compatible.- Oyvind

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I got awesome results tonight using FSSWSE along with ActiveSky wxRE - it looked extremely realistic...

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Hi, You can use the auto install if you want to see all fsw clouds set during your flight depend on your auto install time interval setting.If you activate auto install with any 3rd party generator available, change the setting in the cloud.ini. Auto install will works on all 3rd party generator with no interaction to corrupt the information from the 3rd party generator. In your cloud.ini, set RefreshCloud=on to off [AutoRefresh] RefreshCloud=on <------------------- off WaitTimeAfterClear=20 IncTime=15 DecTime=15The cloud set will change when the 3rd party generator metar will be updatedIf you don't want to use the v-sky, In the latest environmement pack, there is the default fs2k2 clouds pack including the overcast and my default fs2k2 white clouds edition.http://fsw.simflight.com/FSkySe.htmlThanksChris Willis[link:fsw.simflight.com/FSWMenuFsSim.html]Clouds And Addons For MsFs

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