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Freeware Cumulus texture by Aimé Leclercq

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Does it require SP1 and SP2?? Is it memory resource hogging?? Can it run smoothly in low powered computers??Aharon


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Does it require SP1 and SP2?? Is it memory resource hogging?? Can it run smoothly in low powered computers??Aharon
I was going to ask the same.

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The texture comes in several sizes : 256x256, 512x512 and 1024x1024. In the shots, I used the 1024x1024 ones ans saw no particular framerate hit or stuttering.Give it a try : backup the cumulus01.bmp you are now using (in Microsoft Flight Simulator XTexture) and put the new one. It is that easyI am not aware of any limitations regarding Service packs


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Jean-Paul Mes,Thanks for reply. Am I supposed to use 256x256, 512x512 OR 1024x1024 based on my screen's resolution or based on my FSX's resolution settings or it does not matter which one I pic??Aharon


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Hi Aharon,Nothing to do with your display settings. Try the hi-res (1024x1024) first to enjoy them in full glory. If you feel your PC is struggling or if you prefer less detailed clouds, move to the lower-res ones.


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