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Graduated visibility feature of version 3.05


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Hello Pete,

in the History, of the 3.05 release, you describe the new graduated visibility feature for FS2004:

· Graduated visibility is introduced for FS2004, and also applies to all weathers, independently of source. Unlike the FS2000/FS2002 equivalent, this does not make use of the visibility layer, which is left as set by the weather data.

You say it doesen't use the visibility layer, so my questions are:

How do you archive this?

Can I use the FUIPC interface to archive the same effect, without using the visibility layer? (I mean something like visibility at the plane position?)

Can I use Offset 0E8A for this?

Bye

Markus

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You say it doesen't use the visibility layer, so my questions are:

How do you archive this?

It actually fidles the same values that I used to correct the "white outs" in FS2000.

Can I use the FUIPC interface to archive the same effect, without using the visibility layer? (I mean something like visibility at the plane position?). Can I use Offset 0E8A for this?

No, it isn't accessible through the IPC interface. I'm not sure it would be a good idea to let it be so -- it would really muck up what I am trying to achieve with the facilities. You need to switch all my stuff off.

Regards,

Pete

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