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[REPORTED]Remove fake reflections cockpits


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Not sure If I have to request this for all aircraft or not. But For the love of god please get rid of the tacky reflections in the cockpit. It makes looking outside unbearable. It it isn't realistic.

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+1 for the options - it ideally should extend to all aircraft that have static reflections.

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I hardly notice it so No big deal in VR for me. 


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How about a global option?

Canopy reflections:
- None (make the fake reflections a separate texture layer, but don't load it if disabled to save resources)
- fake/static/ugly (for the people who like it)
- real time reflection (for everybody with a high end GPU)

It's that easy.

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Depends on the aircraft. If you are in the f18 you wont as it has an option to disable. However as with a lot of these product, they get left behind.

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We do have this reported, I will ask for an update, but can make no promises at the moment. 

 

 

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On 12/7/2020 at 2:07 PM, BIGNEWY said:

We do have this reported, I will ask for an update, but can make no promises at the moment. 

 

 

Thing is this is an issue that has been around since the new lighting update... This should've been resolved before it was released. Along with the other lighting issues that came from this it adds to my disappointment. 

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Bump for this again, we need an option for the a10c II, to turn off the static reflections on the gauges etc, they are horrible in the headset, and make it hard to read the gauges in certain lighting conditions. 

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It's a more general lighting issue I think.

 

I see this as well (non-VR) in multiple modules, if the lighting is just wrong or the sun hits the panel at a specific angle. It just whites out and is totally unreadable.

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