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sgt.victor

weird smoke/vapor/cloud underneath NGX

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Hey Guys,

I've noticed this weird smoke thingy underneath my NGX 738 aircraft during a flight from YSSY-YMML,

 

Please have a look at the attachment, the smoke is highlighted within the circles, the big one is the majority of it whereas the smaller ones are like droplets, this vapor/smoke thingy just keeps breaking up, drops, and on and on and on. it happens at all altitudes, FL370 and 9000ft.

I never had this kinda thing before, I noticed it this time after I had FSX minimized for 20mins or so, which may have caused it, cz previously I would monitor FSX throughout the flight.

 

Info:

 

PMDG 737 NGX

REX2.0+Overdrive

Clear skies (current weather)

Active Sky Evolution with real world weather turned on before, but turned off as soon as I discovered this, but no change to the smoke.

 

I suspect more of a computer/calculation issue than something to do with the NGX, or the weather engine, or FSX.

 

Please comment, let me know if you want more information.

 

 

Cheers!

 

Victor

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Hard to see anything in the picture. If You have started from a wet runway, the FSX's bug will left Your plane with a water spray effect few feet beneath the model till the end of flight.

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Hard to see anything in the picture. If You have started from a wet runway, the FSX's bug will left Your plane with a water spray effect few feet beneath the model till the end of flight.

 

Thanks mate, yes indeed I took off from YSSY on a rainy night, so I guess you are right, is there anyway to fix this bug?

 

Cheers!

 

 

Victor

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Only way to remove it is to 'Reload aircraft', you can set a command for that in FSX Controls

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Only way to remove it is to 'Reload aircraft', you can set a command for that in FSX Controls

 

Which effectively kills the aircraft panel state ruining your flight....

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