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Hello, had to uninstall FSLabs for some issues but after i load a flight the horizon and the sky looks very terrible. Very bad graphics completely bluish, very bad graphics.

i deleted p3d cfg file and shaders bu no solution. Still the same.

Can anyone help ,e please to solve this issue. Before that everything was more than perfect.

i don’t know how I could insert attachment 

Geo

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A screnshoot of your issue would help.

I have to say that I tried it in P3D 4.5 and had a lovely experience.

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Could be a shader issue, have you tried deleting the folder and letting it rebuild?

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1 hour ago, georgiosgiannoukos said:

Hello, had to uninstall FSLabs for some issues but after i load a flight the horizon and the sky looks very terrible. Very bad graphics completely bluish, very bad graphics.

i deleted p3d cfg file and shaders bu no solution. Still the same.

Can anyone help ,e please to solve this issue. Before that everything was more than perfect.

i don’t know how I could insert attachment 

Geo

Do you use 3rd party Shaders products? if so these need to be updated to work with P3D V4.5

S.

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Hi, I deleted both cfg file shaders too, rebuilds but still the same. Using Envshade and ENVTEX but already been updated.

Problem came after uninstall FSLabs 319, 320

Did t had any problems with p3d4.5 before.

 

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2 minutes ago, georgiosgiannoukos said:

Hi, I deleted both cfg file shaders too, rebuilds but still the same. Using Envshade and ENVTEX but already been updated.

Problem came after uninstall FSLabs 319, 320

Did t had any problems with p3d4.5 before.

 

Did you delete the folder - C:\Users\you\AppData\Local\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\Shaders ?

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You could try uninstalling the Client (without de-activating P3D) and re-install Client. Without a pic it would be hard to say if it was maybe coincidence that when you removed the plane, the monitor or graphics card developed a problem at the same moment.

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2 hours ago, georgiosgiannoukos said:

Hello, had to uninstall FSLabs for some issues but after i load a flight the horizon and the sky looks very terrible. Very bad graphics completely bluish, very bad graphics.

i deleted p3d cfg file and shaders bu no solution. Still the same.

Can anyone help ,e please to solve this issue. Before that everything was more than perfect.

i don’t know how I could insert attachment 

Geo

Geo, I had exactly the same issue as you over the weekend.  Sky was dark blue on the horizon.  I deleted shader folder and the .cfg a number of times and rebooted with the same result.  I'm still not sure what triggered it to correct itself, but it did eventually.  Unhelpful, I know, but I do relate to the issue.

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Hello and thank you my friend, I have no idea how to post a photo even I already took.

 

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ErichB  I’m trying to download client and reinstall and see how it goes after.

Do I need to update anything again after I install it back?

Geo

 

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1 minute ago, georgiosgiannoukos said:

ErichB  I’m trying to download client and reinstall and see how it goes after.

Do I need to update anything again after I install it back?

Geo

 

Geo, I think that's what I did.  I replaced the MAIN shader folder.  I think this did it

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Hello, for those friends who assisted me for the issue, I’m appreciate it very much. Thank you, It’s back on track, RESOLVED, after updating the client .

Thank You

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Did you reapply your envtex/envshade after you updated?

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