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Chuck Dreier

PSS Aircraft Wing Lights look like Christmas Bulbs

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I hope this is the appropriate place to post my question. My PSS aircraft (B757) wing lights are way too bright/big. 'Wonder if someone knows the appropriate way to adjust these lights to make them more realistic since they have their own .config and aren't set through the FS9/Effects settings. Thanks.

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Evening Chuck, Long time no talk.IIRC the PSS might have replaced your default halo.bmp located in your main texture folder. Not sure as I run the POSKY/PSS for the 757.But maybe check this out.Cheers


Clarke Kruger - CYEG 

 

 

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There is an unoffical PSS Support forum here at Avsim.Have you tried posting your question in that forum?

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Yes. I found it after posting here. To the best of my recollection, the last time I had looked, it was "locked" - but I have now posted in that forum. Thank you.

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