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Have had ASA for a couple of days now and , compared with a lot of other posts, I have to say I have been lucky enough to be getting the best out of it having upgraded from FSX.On a couple of occasions when climbing or descending through some wonderful cloud depictions I suddenly hit this ' layer line' which is so unrealistic.Hope image depicts what I mean and I wondered if this was a side effect of FSX no matter what weather program or visibility settings you use? 2008-12-29_21-27-14-562.jpg

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I've never noticed this in ASX (so not an FSX thing), but I do see it in ASA. Not good.Tom

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I've never noticed this in ASX (so not an FSX thing), but I do see it in ASA. Not good.Tom
Tom,Thanks for the reply. After I posted yesterday, I tried to do a good search of all HI FI forum and FEX (which I like to use with some XG textures).Strangely enough I found one post where the opposite phenomenon of cloud (cumulus) tops were sort of sliced off at a definitive altitude or weather layer.I,m going to experiment a little more with the various option settings in ASA . The reply to the post I found basically just referenced an unusual combination of cloud layering via weather METAR.

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