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Does anybody recognize these cirrus clouds and what file or fix they're from? I can't figure it out, and it's driving me nuts!I'm running WideView and I have these beautiful cirrus clouds on my client computer (Left View Comp2.jpg), which is about a year old but I can't get them on my newer, faster, stronger server computer, no matter what I do (View Forward Comp1.jpg and View Right Comp1.jpg). All files are duplicated exactly across the two machines -- or so I thought. Weather and clouds are all set identical.I DON'T have ActiveSky, but I do have Ground Environment Pro, RealEnvironment Pro and Ultimate Terrain. I also have a registered copy of FSUIPC adding a cirrus layer but I'm pretty sure they're not from that program.Can anybody help -- they're so cool, and no AS 6.5!! I'd like to enjoy them across all 3 screens.Thanks in advance.Chuck B.

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Johnyou may be able to help me.Does soft horizons work Activesky?i have heard there are compatibility issues.cheers Andy

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I thought of that and reinstalled Soft Horizons -- those aren't John's.Thanks, Jim. Chuck

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>Hi Andy,>>They will work, but an automatic ASG run will over write many>of the files. Best to manually use ASG if you go this route.>>Thanks,>Jim>>http://www.hifisim.com/banners/hifi-community-sigbanner.jpg>http://www.hifisim.com/First apologies Jim for calling you John.And thanks for that.I don't really have any gripes with my weather displays in fs9(still cant believe after being an fs9 user for years that i can still be really chuffed with the look of the weather as i climb out of LGAV yet again.) and was just killing time on a Saturday morningcheers Andy

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"I thought of that and reinstalled Soft Horizons -- those aren't John's."U b right--Soft Horizons doesn't change clouds although it does apply softer shading to clouds over distance.Regards,John

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Hi, John! Any hints on how to use your awesome graphics with programs like ActiveSky Graphics or Flight Environment without having to copy and paste them back in to the Texture folder every time?You've really spoiled me -- I can't fly without Soft Horizons any more! I'll ditch Active Sky before I stop using it.Chuck B.

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I'm slowly arriving at the conclusion that these lovely cirrus clouds are generated by FS9 itself and the ATI card on my second computer is picking them up but my nVidia card isn't (see signature for configuration). Is that possible? All AA and AF settings are identical across both systems.TIA.Chuck

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