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Thanks, it is better. Where is defined the size of cloud microtextures (scale)?
But yes, I also share DaveS's thoaughts about particle illumination, but it can be diffiicult.
P.S. are ocean waves moving faster?
Yeah, they are definitely "feeling" to fast.P.S. are ocean waves moving faster?
I've noticed the same, the micro-texture blending with the cloud layer texture isn't that strong and it seems to be a hit-or-miss situation on whether or not it's going to work. It's nothing like Orbiter 2006/2010.For some reason I do not see cloud microtextures... I know this mcwgogs addon, and effect is absent. Client is installed, microtexture checkbox is checked, but Orbiter though is not r.90 but otherwise everything runs OK.
Orbiter BETA address should be:For some reason I do not see cloud microtextures... I know this mcwgogs addon, and effect is absent. Client is installed, microtexture checkbox is checked, but Orbiter though is not r.90 but otherwise everything runs OK.
I tried to update Orbiter, but TortoiseSVN somehow fails. Is it address issue?
I see "svn://orbiter-forum.com/orbiter" but should it be like "svn://svn.orbiter-forum.com/orbiter" (with another svn in address?)
Assuming you use TortoiseSVN, you can easily relocate the repository URL:I see "svn://orbiter-forum.com/orbiter" but should it be like "svn://svn.orbiter-forum.com/orbiter" (with another svn in address?)
...but I noticed sometimes in a scenario I do not have shadows and selfshadows cast by vessels. But just occasionally. It was relatively "cloudy day" in that particular scenario...
I am currently thinking a bout a repository-relayout, but that definitely should be postponed!
General structure changes, to...What kind of layout changes ? I have no idea what you mean by that.
@Marg: Is there a specific scenario that reproduces the problem most often?
From a quick code-review there is no such thing as "auto disable", but from the description it "sounds" like an uninitialized memory or (even worse) an unintentional memory write-access.
If you have a scenario that shows the effect more than others, could you please tell us that scenario?
Best would be a stock orbiter scenario, as addons can make thinks even more complicated.