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Dusty926

Adjust distance between clouds

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Hey, so I was a big fan of Skymaxx Pro, and I'm looking to buy the latest version again real soon! There's just one thing that I have a question about.
Back in V3 or so, "few" and "scattered" cumulus in the X-Plane custom weather absolutely filled the sky to the brim with puffs. They look nice, but I would really like some extra spacing between clouds, just to better represent a clear day with only a few clouds or so. Has anything been done about that since then, or is there perhaps a tweak one could make themselves? 

 

Many thanks for any help!

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No, there's no way to adjust this as a user. My only advice would be to use Real Weather Connector when possible, as it does provide lower cloud densities for few, broken, and scattered conditions compared to custom weather mode (but only when real-world weather is active.)

I have adjusted the custom weather settings to be consistent with RWC and real-world weather for our next release, however.

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On 9/26/2017 at 4:39 AM, sundog said:

No, there's no way to adjust this as a user. My only advice would be to use Real Weather Connector when possible, as it does provide lower cloud densities for few, broken, and scattered conditions compared to custom weather mode (but only when real-world weather is active.)

I have adjusted the custom weather settings to be consistent with RWC and real-world weather for our next release, however.

Ah, on the one hand, a shame, but on the other, exciting! I was surprised to see the screens of 4.6 and how that looked even nicer than 4.5, which looked EVEN NICER than 4.0. You guys certainly are getting my attention very easily! I want to see what you did with the custom weather settings in the next release, then I'm probably going to pick it up!

Many thanks!

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