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Yes, I've noticed the same thing, plus when flying through clouds, the same exclusion zone occurs.No further ideas about it though. Fabs


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I was flying in rain in snow the other day (PANC) and did not have this problem.


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No issues here. That's interesting. Let me check again really quick.Edit: Using AS2012 at Oklahoma City and the NGX, no issues. Rain is where it should be.


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this may be an issue with the default fsx weather? i dont have it with rex


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You need to lower your shields. The switch is on the overhead panel.
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I just keep kryptonite in the cockpit to keep that field weak enough to let the water and weather through.


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My shields are lowering, the rain is half covering the plane, and the rain in FSX seems that is able to pass solid things...immagineetx.jpg


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That's one of those bugs of FSX. It has nothing to do with the NGX.As the rain is only a 2D texture which is shown around the airplane it is just normal that it can go through solid things.Sorry, but this is one of those FSX limitations.Not sure though if there's a work around in AS2012.


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Yes I know, and I m searching any program that "fix" it.I'm using ASE but it does not fix it.I don't think AS2012 will.


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