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Moon lighting in Real Environment Pro?

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Hey everyone, quick question for REP Users... I applied the sun effect as well as others in the Real Environment Pro interface, and now at night my aircraft seem way too bright,like bright moon lighting. (more than I prefer) What has to be replaced in the backup folders to restore my night time appearence? I saw a sun cfg file, but I assume there has to be textures to go along with that??Thanks a bunch in advance.

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I believe that you only need to rerun the program with the sun effect check mark removed.Tom

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Thanks Tom for your reply. I will give it a try. It just seems strange that it says backup my original files in the configurator, so I would assume, re-running the program and leaving that option unchecked would just leave it in its present state as it is now, since I already altered it once when I first ran the configurator. I will try it anyway. Thanks for your input. I will report back sometime tomorrow. I hope I am making sense as I am sitting here half asleep. Have a good night.

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I just tried this out for the first time too and was a little confused about the configurator - I am used to something like the Voz switcher or FS Skyworld which has the capabilities of restoring your backed up files. Let us know how you make out Jeff, I am curious if you re-run the configurator unchecked whether it actually does a restore of the backups. I did find the backup folder and just restored manually, for now.Very nice set though for freeware - many thanks to the contributor!Regards, KendallDell 8400 3.2 GHZ H.T.800 FSB/2MB L22 GB 533 DDR2X800XT 256MB/Catalyst driver - 6.9's6x Adaptive AA/16x HQ A/FIntegrated SoundDual Monitor: Dell 2405/1905CH Yoke/Pedals

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Hello, Kendall, sorry for taking so long to check back. No, running the configurator with options unchecked does not restore the defaults for me. I am sure they have to be manually replaced from the backup folders. I have to find which file/files are for the moon lighting. This I do not know as of yet.

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>Hello, Kendall, sorry for taking so long to check back. No,>running the configurator with options unchecked does not>restore the defaults for me. I am sure they have to be>manually replaced from the backup folders. I have to find>which file/files are for the moon lighting. This I do not know>as of yet. Jeff sorry I couldn't create a GUI that would make everyone happy... did the best I could. Anyways, there are no moonlighting tweaks that would have did this that I am aware of. Seems strange. Try this... revert back to your "saved" sky textures and see if this corrects the problem, and please report back here your finding.ThanksTim

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Hi Jeff, I ran the configurator unchecked and realized that it didn't restore the textures, but I was able to locate the backups. In my case, I use the excellent file "soft horizons" and play with the max visibility settings in FS9.CFG and noticed some "anomolies" at dusk and thought there might be a conflict with REP's sky or sun textures, so I followed Tim's suggestion and restored the originals. Thanks for taking the time to follow up. Tim, I think your GUI is great. The added feature of using the GUI to perform a restore would be a plus, but it isn't that big of a deal IMHO. Congratulations on your great package and thank you! for your hard work. Regards, KendallDell 8400 3.2 GHZ H.T.800 FSB/2MB L22 GB 533 DDR2X800XT 256MB/Catalyst driver - 6.9's6x Adaptive AA/16x HQ A/FIntegrated SoundDual Monitor: Dell 2405/1905CH Yoke/Pedals

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