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Xenviro Over the Canadian Rockies - X-Plane 11

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I couldn't resist the purchase despite the price. So far its really great and incredible performance!! I took off in a snowstorm at Calgary International and then the weather cleared over the Rockies...

 

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Gorgeous shots!  Really like the colors of the sky textures.

Thanks. Xenviro makes the sky look epic.

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Thanks. Xenviro makes the sky look epic.

 

Theres a temp fix but you have to download dataref plugin and change a fog line of text the number 1.5  to 0 every time you start sim - not on sim pc but search around its here in xp general discussion you will have to dig it was a long thread   :wink:

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You can also put the fog fix in a lua script and it will load automatically with the sim.

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You can also put the fog fix in a lua script and it will load automatically with the sim.

 

Tutorial for the dummies like me Hans  

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I have a lua script with two entries:

 

set ("sim/private/controls/dome/kill_glares", 1.0)
set ("sim/private/controls/fog/std_deviation_cutoff", 0.0)
 
The first entry kills the banding, not needed if you only use XEnviro because it takes care of that.
 
The other is the fog fix, supposedly only needed at dusk (and maybe dawn?). I'll keep it for the moment. 
 
You can copy both (or one) line into a text file and save as whateveryoulikeit.lua. Then paste this file into the /ressources/plugins/FlyWithLua/Scripts folder. 
 
Let me know if it works. 
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I have a lua script with two entries:

 

set ("sim/private/controls/dome/kill_glares", 1.0)
set ("sim/private/controls/fog/std_deviation_cutoff", 0.0)
 
The first entry kills the banding, not needed if you only use XEnviro because it takes care of that.
 
The other is the fog fix, supposedly only needed at dusk (and maybe dawn?). I'll keep it for the moment. 
 
You can copy both (or one) line into a text file and save as whateveryoulikeit.lua. Then paste this file into the /ressources/plugins/FlyWithLua/Scripts folder. 
 
Let me know if it works. 

 

 

Thank you will try that do i leave all the other script stuff in place that comes with original download - just adding this right ? 

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i leave all the other script stuff in place that comes with original download

 

You mean the original FlyWithLua Scripts? You can move all of the default ones into the Scripts(disabled) folder. Just keep the ones you are using in the Scripts folder.

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You mean the original FlyWithLua Scripts? You can move all of the default ones into the Scripts(disabled) folder. Just keep the ones you are using in the Scripts folder.

 

Yes - thank you beautiful shot Hans 

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One more from tonight:

 

 

 

Another beauty - and one more question for tonight whats up with the yellow color on the VC - I dont want it - like flying 737 or C172 I want the lights off and only turn on what I want - think this is an XP  thing but dont like it - in P3D you have the normal gray vc and you turn on lights - driving me crazy how can I fix it - I dont see any light switches to do this

Cheers Richard

 

Welcome Steve  :wink:

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whats up with the yellow color on the VC

 

I think you mean the back-lit glow? I believe it is the new XP11 depiction of the sun shining into the airplane when the sun is behind the aircraft. I also think that it is overdone but maybe we get a correction during the next beta runs.

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I think you mean the back-lit glow? I believe it is the new XP11 depiction of the sun shining into the airplane when the sun is behind the aircraft. I also think that it is overdone but maybe we get a correction during the next beta runs.

 

Thanks but it s on at night - something is not right - hmm thank you

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I don't see this here:

 

 

 

 

Thank you it was in the 737 last night at the Snowy Boston posting - yellow backdrop and no way to shut it off - kills the immersion at night while flying - have to revisit it - not sure what that all about

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Thank you it was in the 737 last night at the Snowy Boston posting - yellow backdrop and no way to shut it off - kills the immersion at night while flying - have to revisit it - not sure what that all about

 

Maybe it's the cockpit backlit? It can be dimmed with the two rheostats circled in red in the below image.

 

Bright:

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Maybe it's the cockpit backlit? It can be dimmed with the two rheostats circled in red in the below image.

 

Bright:

 

 

 

 

Thank you  aware of that but it was a complete vc light orange light  - I think it was confused at what time of day it was - just fired up sim same place and now its working - thank you for your time 

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