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Moving lights on roads...help!

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Hopefully someone can help me out with this...Somehow I've managed to install a file which is causing moving yellow dots to display on all roadways at night. I'm assuming these are supposed to be headlights. For regular roads this wouldn't be a problem. Unfortunately, it's also displaying the same dots on the service roads of my airports, which looks terrible. Does anyone know what file I need to delete to resolve this problem? My airports are looking like tracer bullets are flying all around. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Some scenery designers include moving lights in their scenery. Ain't nothin you can do about it that I know of. Unless you delete that addon.Bill

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Yeah, I realize this. But it hasn't been a problem until recently and it is effecting ALL service roads...so every airport that has them now has weird yellow dots all over, regardless of the designer. For example, my freeware addon KCLE and CYVR sceneries both have the affliction but are made from different designers.I'm starting to think it might be something in my main Texture folder.

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>But it hasn't been a problem until recently Have you, by chance, moved your Scenery Density slider farther to the right? That might do it. R-

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Do you still have VOZ installed when you are flying in the USA? That software package includes moving lights on the highways at night. If you don't "switch" it to "off" mode when flying outside of Australia, it could be the cause of your moving lights.Hope it helps,Joshua

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>Do you still have VOZ installed when you are flying in the>USA? That software package includes moving lights on the>highways at night. If you don't "switch" it to "off" mode>when flying outside of Australia, it could be the cause of>your moving lights.>>Hope it helps,>Joshua>I don't have VOZ...but I'm starting to think that I've installed some other scenery package with this same feature.

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Well, I've just spent way too much time searching for the culprit...I think I'll just make sure to fly during the day...which sucks.

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