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New ASCA user, some issues and observations

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Hi,

Purchased ASCA yesterday on discount and installed it into P3D 4.1.

This is my current setup before ASCA : REX TD + SC (sun and sky effects disabled) + ASP4 + ENVSHADE + URP 1.1 (only sun + sky mod).

After installing ASCA I disabled clouds as well in REX TD.

First flight from EGLL, I get a ground smoke/haze effect I've never had before. Also looking in certain directions makes the image go dark and bright in certain angles. Last issue is that the clouds although look much better than with Rex SC they very obviously keep spinning and popping as if changing as the plane goes past.

These are all issues I've not had or were insignificant prior to using ASCA. Is there something I am doing wrong or need to change?

Regards,

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Hello,

Not sure what REX SC is, ASCA is specifically designed to work with ASN, AS16 and ASP4.  You may have corrupt your texture installation.

If you need help resolving the issue please register and login at the Official HiFi website and we will see if we can assist you there.  https://hifisimtech.com/

Thank you.

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26 minutes ago, HUSSAR said:

Hello,

Not sure what REX SC is, ASCA is specifically designed to work with ASN, AS16 and ASP4.  You may have corrupt your texture installation.

If you need help resolving the issue please register and login at the Official HiFi website and we will see if we can assist you there.  https://hifisimtech.com/

Thank you.

SC stands for soft clouds. I was previously using that. I don't see how it would conflict since I've disabled the cloud textures in Rex Texture Direct + Softclouds.

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2 hours ago, Zatoichi said:

You also have AS 2016?

Without it ASCA does nothing.

in his  first  post  he  said  he  has

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