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It's been said that XP lacks decent clouds. They are getting better thanks to xEnviro:

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I would agree. They look great!


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XE is really great. Was fine for me with 1080p, I recently upgraded to Gsync QHD monitor and frames tanked, hope v1.17 in the works will improve performance with new spherical buffer being worked on.


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Nice shots.

xEnviro ?

For me there is no better for XP. There is not much missing for it to be excellent.


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1 hour ago, filou said:

Nice shots.

xEnviro ?

For me there is no better for XP. There is not much missing for it to be excellent.

I agree! xEnviro is the best. When we consider all the money that has to be spent on all kinds of weather add-ons in order to get what xEnviro offers out the box, it's actually a bargain.

I'd like to see in v 1.17, less cloud pixellation in certain situations, such as at dusk, a visibility slider, and better displayed VC rain effects.

As for X-Plane 11, if someone adds similar water to the one I see in MSFS, I might donate MSFS to charity. 😀

While some find it hard to go back to their 'legacy" sims, I'm finding it harder and harder to load MSFS.  I'm having too much fun right now with X-Plane 11.53.

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Never have been an XP person, but the clouds are looking much better than what I've seen before. ☺️


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23 minutes ago, DJJose said:

I agree! xEnviro is the best. When we consider all the money that has to be spent on all kinds of weather add-ons in order to get what xEnviro offers out the box, it's actually a bargain.

I'd like to see in v 1.17, less cloud pixellation in certain situations, such as at dusk, a visibility slider, and better displayed VC rain effects.

As for X-Plane 11, if someone adds similar water to the one I see in MSFS, I might donate MSFS to charity. 😀

While some find it hard to go back to their 'legacy" sims, I'm finding it harder and harder to load MSFS.  I'm having too much fun right now with X-Plane 11.53.

What bothers me the most about MSFS is its "GTA" appearance which doesn't give me the natural global world that I was expecting.

I prefer the rendering engine of xEnviro. The altitude effect is present,A detail that makes all the difference.

 

 

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