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  1. Hi, sorry for late replying. Finally tested and yes this has now resolved the issue and don’t get the problem anymore. Thank you for your support. Paul
  2. Thank you for your response. Version of EF is II belive is the latest - 5.0.2019.0625 Yeah to be honest the video didn't look that bad but in the sim its really bright and very noticeable when it changes. Someone told me to turn HDR OFF in EF mini Window and that seemed to have done the trick, but suppose I am missing one of the benefits of the product if I do that. Do you know what setting I need to adjust in the EF mini window? And I can test it on Saturday when back in the sim Paul
  3. Hi Guys, Hope this hasn't been questioned before, I tried searching but couldn't seem to find anything. I am not sure if this is a SF problem or EF so excuse me if this is in the wrong thread. I'm currently using both, but I've noticed a strange issue with the lighting, IM thinking its something to do with the HDR lighting. I'm using the FS labs , and if you can see from the video, when I change views the lighting changes eg starting in cockpit its dark, if I look up to the overhead panel the brightness goes up , but then I change to an external view then back to cockpit then the lighting goes back to dark. However when I turn off HDR within P3D this problem goes away after a sim restart, so I'm thinking there may be a conflict with P3D and MY REX settings? I can turn off the HDR settings within P3D but it makes my sim look dark with the shadows so ideally I need them on. Is this a known issue? Any help would be appreciated. Lockheed_Martin®_Prepar3D®_v4_2019-07-08_10-26-33.mp4
  4. Looking forward to the release. It’s been a long wait
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