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Hey all, First of all, here is what im running - FSX w/ ASE, REX, UTX and GEX. I also have a registered FSUIPC installed. For ASE I am using the config settings that are stickied ontop of the forum here. I am wondering how to get more of a gradual transition in weather... the clouds seem to generate rather suddenly, it will go from clear skies to clouds everywhere, then back to clear skies again. I can remember when I was using FS9 with AS 6.5, the weather would fade more naturally as you entered different scenarios. Its sort of odd to have clouds popping up and disappearing all the time. Any help appreciated!


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Hi, All systems are different, so you might need to place Prevent Cloud Re-Draws On in ASE. I don't have it on because on my system I get beautiful cloud transitions with my ATI card.

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