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At random times the all the clouds just change! Sometimes they even go 2d especially at high altitudes. At first I thought it was timed with weather update but then I started timing it and its random. I also no longer see wind speed on some add-on aircraft panels and VCs, such as F1's Citation Mustang. The wind direction arrow tracks correctly but wind speed is always 0kts. I have the beta installed and didn't see the speed issue till now, the cloud thing has been with me since purchase.

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Hi,Sorry for the problems.FS04 or FSX?Local Range Suppression On if for FS2004?What is the Local Suppression Range set to?Does the shift/z display show winds?DWC On?Disable Winds Aloft Off?Thanks,

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Whoops! guess that would help :( I'm using FSX all settings are at default except wind options where I have DWA and DWC both checked. The flight I first noticed it on (YBBN-YSCB) I was at 14k and shift-z was showing 18-24kts on my second flight (YSCB-YLHI) I was at 25k and I was seeing 32-40kts. The wind direction and shifts on both flights matched up np.

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I'm still having this issue and now it happens in all add-on AC and when I press Shift-z it always displays 340 at 0kts. I tried a reinstall and thinking it may be related to RC4 I tried it without it running. Any help on this would be great!

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Hi,Disable Winds Aloft should not have a check-mark in the box.What happens in a default plane?Thanks,

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For what it's worth, I'm having a similar problem (no real winds aloft, clouds come and go and such) and have been working with Jim for a few weeks trying to find a solution. If we get one, I'll be sure to post it! Good luck!-stefan

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