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CLOSED Square Edged Cloud layers?

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Question, is this correct, don't know??

Only using SF + EF

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Remember that weather themes are basically comprised of 16 x 16 squares.  What you are seeing is a result of overcast clouds within each square.  This is an anomaly because this has never been a possibility before.  Not sure we can resolve this because it is a limit of how the weather engine works.

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Really, your not sure this can be resolved? I have never seen this anomaly before installing EF except back in the ancient FSX days.

If this cannot be fixed, then it is a make or break for me.

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EF is not a Weather Engine, it does not touch the cloud grid system. What WX engine are you using?

Thanks

Federico

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I agree, I've also never seen this before EF, and I have used ALL the current weather engines

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Here is cloud layers without Environment Force. No square edge lines any where !

This is SkyForce 3d textures and only Active Sky for P3DV4

 

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This seems to be a problem with the weather engine not EF. If you are using SF, please post it in its forums. Thanks

Federici

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On 5/5/2019 at 8:59 AM, alpha117 said:

I agree, I've also never seen this before EF, and I have used ALL the current weather engines

See this....  I would post there and ask about this. As was stated here, EF does not 'touch' the cloud grid system.

https://hifisimtech.com/forums/showthread.php?9343-Clouds-Squares&highlight=square

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