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Fall Season update V1.2 - updater for USA update

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Apparently some don't see the fall season after the USA update. 

New version 1.2 is available to download at:

https://flightsim.to/file/3680/fall-season-for-microsoft-flight-simulator

Some enhancement have been made in certain areas. As seen in pictures, not all areas have the bright vivid colors. 

Just unzip in community folder.

 

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Is this in the library here or do I have to create an account on this flightsim.to site?


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It's not in the library here. You may have to create an account in flightsim if it doesn't let you download as a guest.


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OK. It says the author has not allowed guests to download this file. I assumed that was you, but maybe that's a setting they have set sitewide.

Thanks.


Jason Barlow

 

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9 minutes ago, DAL1850 said:

OK. It says the author has not allowed guests to download this file. I assumed that was you, but maybe that's a setting they have set sitewide.

Thanks.

Yea sorry. Registration is required.


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WOW... fantastic

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Thanks for the update. Works fine now.

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8 hours ago, kt069 said:

Thanks for the update. Works fine now.

Great.

6 hours ago, SierraHotel said:

Amazing, many thanks.

Welcome 🙂


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Looks good. I did note some areas do seem to pick up the autumn colors a bit better than others but on the whole it feels about right.

Thanks for updating this.


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Just learned if this mod is installed and the game downloads a "mini patch", it will barf on the entire installation and reinstall/repatch the entire 24GB of game (taking this mod out with it). I guess the only way to circumvent is to backup EVERYTHING you change, mod what you want, change EVERYTHING back to the way it was originally (remove all vestiges of this mod including your backups) prior to patching and pray you didn't miss anything.

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hmm, I didn’t have this problem with todays mini patch.  Patch was about 1G and game ran fine.  I had Fall mod installed at the time of the patch upload.

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12 minutes ago, DAL1850 said:

I guess the only way to circumvent is to backup EVERYTHING you change, mod what you want, change EVERYTHING back to the way it was originally (remove all vestiges of this mod including your backups) prior to patching and pray you didn't miss anything.

Nope, the only way is:  DO NOT edit any of the core files!

Instead install the Fall Colors in the Community folder 🙂


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1 hour ago, Bert Pieke said:

Nope, the only way is:  DO NOT edit any of the core files!

Instead install the Fall Colors in the Community folder 🙂

Well the instructions say to install them to:

Packages\Official\xxx\fs-base\vegetation

How would I install these to the community folder? Do I need to create a parallel folder hierarchy or can I just extract the modified "vegitation" folder directly to community and have the game pick it up?


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