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Re-save your missions after the latest patch

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Re-save your missions after the latest patch

Post by Prangster » Tue Jul 07, 2015 7:27 pm

Patch 1.101 has re-works the cloud settings. This means that old missions run with incorrect cloud settings and the ground displays in a fetching shade of blue. You will need to re-set the clouds in all your old missions and re-save them.

You can do this by opening the mission in the STEditor and in the Mission Properties/Atmosphere options, select a correct value for the Clouds. Then save you mission.
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Re: Re-save your missions after the latest patch

Post by Jacko » Tue Jul 07, 2015 8:37 pm

Ahh that explains what I saw in the editor today
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