View Full Version : land lights effect
12-13-2004, 01:51 PM
This is the first I have heard of this, no one else has ever reported it, so something is going on at your end, unless someone else can shed some light.
Did you just purchase / install the 310, or did this just happen recently?
Is this in FS2002 or FS2004?
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12-13-2004, 02:37 PM
Agree with Lou. 310 has been around for quite awhile now and I can't remember anything like coming up.
As far as adjusting the LL effects, this is coded into the .MDL file and cannot be altered by the end-user.
Is this something that has occured since initial install of the 310 or something that's cropped up recently. If there is nothing obvious that could be causing it, I'd suggest an uninstall and reinstall of the 310.
12-14-2004, 09:08 AM
it is caused only through changeing the spotlight texture. With the original texture of MS it works fine. Strange enough.
Reinstalled the c310 recently but usenig it since long.
Useing Fs2004, light effect slider at maximum.
03-18-2005, 09:13 AM
thanks for your answer.
The spotlight.bmp is the texture for the land and taxi lights.
I dicovered that the c310 it is showing it, but far away from the plane, which means that there is a to big distance till the pavement is shown. So you can not see a thing in the night. Its like your car hase the lights directed up in the trees. Tried to change also with the key control shift and Num to arrage the hight. No change.
What I wonder is that nearly ervery plane is showing the landing lights effect differently. Where is this "written" in the aircraft.cgf or in the .air file?
I attached also the concerning spotlight file.
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