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  • Birthday 09/24/1986

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  1. Tried this with ortho4xp, but resolution was horrible. my result was like this; https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/185966-question-for-airliners-eox-zl14-manually-color-corrected-in-my-common-destinations-zl17/
  2. wooow what an atmosphere there! Haze, waves, sun, clouds, lighting... all are great!
  3. I have lowered draw distance and autogen density settings to medium, but no help. I think it is not related to cpu. My cpu clock @4.6 6700k, gpu 1080ti, not bad hardware.
  4. So why autogen buildings still patches at my system? what am i missing?
  5. You are right. It looks very good to me. Imagery colours depends on months... Have you ever seen p3d v5 terrain?:) looks like fs 2004 era.
  6. It looks very good to me. Imagery colours depends on months... Have you ever seen p3d v5 terrain?:) looks like fs 2004 era.
  7. I encountered this issue and flickerings has gone when closed enhanced atmosphere. I didn't have this issue before hotfix 1.
  8. Hello, You know well this issue from earlier versions and now autogen buildings patching again, I have lowered draw distance and autogen density, I have also locked fps at 30 but they didn't help. My system consists of intel 6700k @4.6 ghz and 1080ti with 16gb ram. Does anybody encounter this issue?
  9. One question; will active sky be able to used with truesky?
  10. Besides that blurry issue, rivers has same very big waves, looking very strange and from FSX era.
  11. But those waves looks terrible from distance, very big waves and blurry like hell!
  12. it is spesific for each aircraft. however, on approaching phase when an aircraft lose its speed, angle of attack tends to rise since lifting force is direct proportion to aircraft speed. therefore you can presume more or less what flap settings you should use by observing angle of attack.
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