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Difference in tree colors between P3D versions?

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I noticed an extreme difference in tree coloring between P3Dv4 and P3Dv5.3.  P3Dv5 seem to have perpetually bright, spring colors.  Where P3Dv4 have darker greens, one might expect in the summer.  

Having both platforms installed one can easily see the difference.  I am double checking my versions to ensure there is no 3rd party provuct installed that might cause this but I just wanted a general consensus out there.

Has anyone noticed any difference?

Thx, Clutch


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Do you still have Speed Trees enabled? What are they called in P3D...dynamic vegetation?

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Best regards, Dimitrios

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Turning off dynamic vegetation cleared up the bright green trees on my install.


Kyle

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Thx for the replies.  Dynamic Vegetation is off.   After messing around with lighting and other options it appears I have improved it a little but I still see the difference but then again don't want to split hairs.  🙂


Intel i9-12900KF, Asus Prime Z690-A, 32GB DDR5 6000 RAM, (3) SK hynix M.2 SSD (2TB ea.), 16TB Seagate HDD, EVGA GeForce 3080 Ti, Corsair iCUE H70i AIO Liquid Cooler, UHD/Blu-ray Player/Burner (still have lots of CDs, DVDs!)
Windows 10 (worry about Windows 11 later), EVGA 1300W PSU
Netgear 1Gbps modem & router, (3) 27" 1440 wrap-around displays

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