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Is this due to an ASE problem

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Hi,

 

I just switched over to FSX and so I ditched the good ol' AS6.5 for ASE. After doing a few flights, these kinds of square, flat clouds were showing:

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I am not sure if I have done something wrong, if this is an ASE problem, or REX. Here are my ASE settings:

 

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AND

 

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Also note, this only happens when there are not a lot of tall clouds. When I fly above a thick area of clouds, they show normal.

 

I hope I have provided enough info to get help figuring out what is causing it! :)

 

Thanks,

Kyle


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Kyle

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Hello,

 

i don't think that this is an ASE-Problem. Having these kind of square stratus cloud patterns sometimes too and had them also before applying ASE and another well known weather and texture addon.

Did these patterns just appear after installing ASE or after copying new cloud texture sets to your fs texture folder?

 

Would be curiously too how to get rid of them.....

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Try increasing your cloud layers and unchecking prevent cloud redraws.


Regards,

 

Dave Opper

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