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Did you by any chance tried flying in snow conditions in your brand new shiny P3D v4 ?

 

Didn't ?

Well don't do it.

 

 

Don't do it without extra bag of tissues. To wipe away your tears ...tears of joy. :lope_you:

 

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And it's nothing like this. My poor poor attempt to present you this new (feel like "updated" is huge understatement) effect. You should see it in the action. All those God's little creations ...floating around ...graciously, weightlessly. :kcg_lope:  Rain look amazing, too. Now there's finally a reason for me to fly in bad conditions.

Serving tip: freeze user position, slow down simulation time acceleration, kick off your shoes, grab a glass (bottle is fine too) of some nice wine, find some meaningless simple yet effective reason for fast divorse, just lean back and enjoy! You deserve it after all.

 

What, you're still here ? That was a hint, for snow particle sake, go see it. Like right now. :males:

 

edit:

Eat this XP11 ! :ha:

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Great effects!

Would be great if the icing/snowing weather affected the plane as well :wub:  .... Something like FSPS Sim Physics

Regards, Max

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So nobody likes to fly in bad weather conditions ?

Ok then... don't mind if I do...  :senang:

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Weather is so much improved in v4.

Up to a point that it cannot be emphasized enough.

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I installed Flightbeam PHX and loaded the Thunderstorm theme. Really love the effects.

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5 minutes ago, 777200lrf said:

I installed Flightbeam PHX and loaded the Thunderstorm theme. Really love the effects.

I have to Google that.

And this is the result:

Including results for Flightbeam KPHX
Search only for Flightbeam PHX

:biggrin: So I guess it's KPHX.

 

Anyway my friend...

this-thread-is-useless-without-pictures-

:senang:

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12 minutes ago, gamer19 said:

I have to Google that.

And this is the result:

Including results for Flightbeam KPHX
Search only for Flightbeam PHX

:biggrin: So I guess it's KPHX.

 

Anyway my friend...

this-thread-is-useless-without-pictures-

:senang:

Ha. PHX is the IATA code for KPHX. I did not take pictures I'm still messing around in the options menu sliders.

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