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AA PROBLEM AFTER SETTING ON DX10

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HELLO GUYS,

 

I AM USING FSX, AND I HAVE TRIED TO MAKE SOME SHADOWS IN THE COCKPIT.

SO I HAVE TURNED ON THE DX10 IN THE SIM.(THAS WHAT I HAVE HEARD THAT I SHOULD DO), AND I HAVE WRITTEN THIS:  ForceVCShadowMap=1   UNDER [Display] IN THE FSX.CFG.

SO NOW, THE SHADOWS IN THE COCKPIT ARE WORKING, BUT:

 

1. WHEN I AM CHOOSING AN AIRCRAFT IN THE SIM, THE AA LOOKS VERY LOW.  PIC- http://prntscr.com/6tbxta

2. IN THE FLIGHT ITSELF, THE AIRCRAFT AA IS OK. BUT THE SHADOWS IN THE COCKPIT LOOKS BAD.  PIC - http://prntscr.com/6tbxao

 

MY FSX SETT- http://prntscr.com/6tby85

 

I WOULD LIKE TO SOLVE THOSE PROBLEMS.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!

 

((SORRY FOR THE POOR ENGLISH)).

THX!

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1. There's no AA applied to that view, just in the sim.

2. The in cockpit shadows are low res and look blocky like that anyway.

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You get slightly better looking shadows with Steve's DX10 fixer payware.

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You get slightly better looking shadows with Steve's DX10 fixer payware.

 

SIR,

I HAVE DOWNLOAD A FEW FILES THAT FIXED IT. NOW, IT'S WORKING.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR HELPING ME :)

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You get slightly better looking shadows with Steve's DX10 fixer payware.

 

 

SIR,

I HAVE DOWNLOAD A FEW FILES THAT FIXED IT. NOW, IT'S WORKING.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR HELPING ME :)

 

 

SORRY FOR THE DOUBLE. 

SIR, EVERYTHING WAS OK, BUT I HAVE NOTICE FOR THIS PROBLEM, TODAY, IN LARNACA AIRPORT, LCLK.

THE LIGHTS ARE ALWAYS ON [DAY AND NIGHT]. I WANT IT IN THE NIGHTS, BUT NOT IN THE DAYLIGHT.

I HAVE TRIED EVERY THING... COULD YOU PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME? THX!!

http://prntscr.com/6vands

AND, IF WE ARE ALRAEDY TALKING, I THINK THAT IT'S ABOUT STEVE'S DX10 FIXER SETTINGS, I HAVE THE LIGHTS IN THE COCKPIT ALWAYS ON. I DON'T TURN THEM ON, BUT THE PANEL IS LIGHTED, BUT I HAVEN'T TURNET THE LIGHTS ON. HOW CAN I FIX IT TOO?

 

THX SIRֱ

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Have you tried setting the Display Setting, Pilot controls lights, checkbox?

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Have you tried setting the Display Setting, Pilot controls lights, checkbox?

 

 

Have you tried lower case?

 

 

WELL, GUYS, ׂSORRY AGAIN FOR THE POOR ENGLISHׁ, I HAVE SEARCHED FOR SOME PROBLMES IN THE SETTINGS, BUT I HAVE NOT FOUND ANY MISTAKES...

COULD YOU PLEASE LOOK AT THOSE PHOTOS AT TELL ME WHAT TO DO?

(SORRY ABOUT TAKING THIS NO. OF PIC.).

THANK YOU VERY MUCH GUYS, YOU ARE HELPING ME SO MUCH!

 

THE PIC. :

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OK GUYS, I HAVE FIXED THE PROBLEM. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!

(FIX  -  REMOVE THE 3D LIGHT IN THE SCENERY MANAGER.)

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The OP sounds like someone who had a problem, came for help, but ended teaching us a few things. LoL

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1. There's no AA applied to that view, just in the sim.

2. The in cockpit shadows are low res and look blocky like that anyway.

Sorry to be dumb, but I've just got a new machine and trying DX10 for the first time. What is AA?. I can load my aerosoft airbuses in dx10 but my PMDG 777 just causes a black screen all the time, what am I doing wrong?

 

Any help is appreciated

 

Thanks Aaron

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AA = Antialiasing, or the smoothing of pixelated edges in the image. Not sure what you are doing wrong, if at all. Maybe try a default cfg, also can try a dll.xml with just the necessary items for the flight with the 777.

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