snowflakes' size

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iiiyx
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snowflakes' size

Post by iiiyx » Tue Jan 14, 2014 9:28 am

While picture in mini-mode the snowflakes or drops of rain are undetectable (too small). How can I increase their size for mini-mode?

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ikarus1969
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Re: snowflakes' size

Post by ikarus1969 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:01 am

As everything else also gets smaller when in mini-mode (farm, planes trees, houses, ...) so do the snowflakes / rain.
Isn't this an advantage - automatically adapting size so everything has a (mostly) correct size related to each other?
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Re: snowflakes' size

Post by iiiyx » Wed Jan 15, 2014 7:58 am

Thnx for your reply
1. Snow is a snow. When you step out from the object (so it becomes smaller for you) you still see the snowflakes that are falling down right before your nose :)
2. What is a snow-feature? Does it show user that there is snow outdors or what? And if snowflakes become so small that they are undetectable then the feature is not working as it was designed, imho.
What I want is some customising parameters for snowflakes' size and its decreasing (and also for fading power effect (I know that custom landscape should be very bright, but it is impossible sometimes)).

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Re: snowflakes' size

Post by iiiyx » Mon Jan 20, 2014 12:47 pm

I have increased "mini" size, so snowflakes are not a problem for me now.
There is another problem. Can I adjust the level of fading effect (night effect)? Pictures becomes just black. And how can I add light sources to landscape how it is in the village landscape (at night time)?
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Re: snowflakes' size

Post by ikarus1969 » Wed Jan 22, 2014 9:17 am

iiiyx wrote:I have increased "mini" size, so snowflakes are not a problem for me now.
There is another problem. Can I adjust the level of fading effect (night effect)? Pictures becomes just black. And how can I add light sources to landscape how it is in the village landscape (at night time)?
Neither fading nor defining light sources in your own pictures is possible currently. I can't predict if it will become a feature in the future.
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