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I decided to play around with wx settings in FS9 and so set three layers of 7/8 cumulus with each layer 2000 feet thick - i.e. 1000-3000, 3100-5100 and 5200-7200.

 

I thought that this would just about obliterate the ground completely once I was above 8000 feet, but it didn't.  Instead, I got some quite visually interesting results.  That's got me going now to try mixing other cloud types and layers.

 

I wonder if anyone else has tried doing this?

 

Dijvid

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Pics? :wink:


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Pics? :wink:

 

Nope! - because it's not a problem, just an observation.  Anyone can try this if they want.  It only takes a few moments to do and they may get quite different results from me - or, perhaps, none at all.

 

Dijvid

 

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I just go where ASE takes me... always a surprise and a pleasure!

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