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Hello

Am I the only one who has this weird rain? I am wondering if FSFX is causing this..Thx 

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4 hours ago, skysurfer said:

Hello

Am I the only one who has this weird rain? I am wondering if FSFX is causing this..Thx 

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Have you unchecked 'detailed precipitation' in your Options/Graphics/Weather settings?  For rain it should be 'unchecked' and 'checked' for snow.

 

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Thanks for the reply. I am going to check on that. Everything was normal till I upgraded to 4.3 


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7 hours ago, ErichB said:

Have you unchecked 'detailed precipitation' in your Options/Graphics/Weather settings?  For rain it should be 'unchecked' and 'checked' for snow.

 

There is no such option to uncheck for rain and check for snow. I see only one option Detailed Precipitation, unless I am looking at the wrong place. 

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Do I have to check precipitations type every time I fly and if it is raining I need t uncheck it, and if it is snow I need to check it back, correct?  

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7 minutes ago, skysurfer said:

There is no such option to uncheck for rain and check for snow. I see only one option Detailed Precipitation, unless I am looking at the wrong place. 

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What I mean is - if you are experiencing snow in the sim, then check the 'detailed precipitation' box.  If you have rain conditions, then uncheck it.

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Got it.

What if there is mixed precipitation? 😊. I am just joking. 

Thanks for help. 


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1 minute ago, skysurfer said:

Got it.

What if there is mixed precipitation? 😊. I am just joking. 

Thanks for help. 

I thought you might ask that :smile:

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