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Just now, DaveCT2003 said:

You just have to start Activesky, which in turn starts ASCA which shpuld you wish allows you to change textures on the fly (without reliading P3D). You don't run Evntex unless you wish to make those changes before you start the sim.

 

thanks. exactly what I assumed. 

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Interesting no one mentioned PTA. I won't either.

Combo of Chaseplane and TRACKIR does it for me. 

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2 hours ago, Twenty6 said:

Interesting no one mentioned PTA. I won't either.

You probably haven’t read all posts then.

In my opinion :is a Shader tweaked a must have to create more realism :

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Another vote for Chaseplane..I’ll even go as far as saying it revolutionized my simming experience...Won’t fly without it.

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On 9/10/2019 at 8:34 AM, scottb613 said:

Hi Folks,

Ditto - (ASP4/ASCA/ENVTEX/ENVSHADE) - I haven't found a better sky cocktail yet...

Regards,
Scott 

I’m sold!

 

But what if I already have REX Skyforce and Environment Force?

 

Could I still use the above programs or are they redundant with SF and EF...?

Edited by Kilo60

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chase plane  as well

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Hi Folks,

@GSalden Gerard - that's some mighty fine looking sky...

@Kilo60 Chris - sorry - while I own REX TD - I'm not that familiar with their product line... I think most of us with the common setup you quoted - use ASCA clouds while disabling them in ENVTEX... ENVTEX is setup to play nicely with ASCA and loads it's sky textures directly into the ASCA library giving you more variety - ENVTEX is a full texture suite that can replace all the usual suspects normally included in global texture upgrade products... Whether or not it's worth changing from what you already have - I can't say...

Regards,
Scott

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