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this mod is scripted to give you full control over the weather and climates, other mods don't do that. Also, i don't like the way other modders rework the weather, i have observed real weather for years, and tried to incoorporate that what i learned in my mod.
Others usually just edit the colors and imagespaces in a way that they like, even when they call it realistic.
With ENB the imagespacemodifiers do nothing.
So those filters are only interesting if you play without ENB.
But realistic will give more sunlight, and desaturate will desature the entire screen 20%.
When ENB is active, Imagespace modifiers only work marginally, this is a sideeffect of ENB, can't do any thing about that, brightness functions and any other function that alter Imagespacemodifiers only work as intended Without ENB.
this mod is no longer being developed, use the ENB version, it can be used without ENB too.
nothing cuts me mate, and there has been some serious cutting towards me in my life, but nothing gets me down, i'm like the unwanted weed in your garden.
news on what ?
The Nexus ??
Exterminate, Exterminate, Exterminate !
never combine multiple weather mods, you will get unintended results.
always use just one.
you need some scripting knowledge for that, i will incoorporate a option for it in the next versions.
However, there is a new weather mod coming, that has partial overcast clouds, and when the sun crosses a gap in the clouds, it will shine through with god rays, if you use the included ENB that is. I'm going to call it Perfect Weather and you can find it here too. Also, the clouds will be full colour, as in very realistic.
bad texturework there, i myself would have redone them all, rezising and touching up textures is a no go, a horrible decision, but what do you expect from a company like Gearbox..
that's intentional, it is overcast weather, thick clouds don't let sun through normally.
hehe, yeah it does look better eh ?
Thanks, yes it is fully compatible, i play with Fallout Street Lights myself.
ofcourse that can be done.
but i'm not working on this particulair mod anymore, Weather for ENB is now the successor of this mod, it can be used without ENB too, i will add radioactive rain too that mod.
You're welcome Brigand.
I understand, but since modding isn't bringing any food to the table, i diverted my attention to the real work and make game assets that do reward me, and at the same time make a game from that too, i am a very poor guy so i need income.
So i don't think i will get back to modding any time soon.
i spend more then a year to make this mod.
i'm currently making my own game in Unity.
maybe someday, if Project Brazil is finished, i don't know yet.
You can only use it if you are a commercial studio, so i don't see the point in putting it on ModDB, you said special deal for indie licensing, but i see no indie deal on the Unigine website.
If you really want a big audience, try the Unity approach, it's clear that you want to make money, Unity makes tons of money with their Asset store, and everybody can enjoy their Technology, that is the way it should be..
you should post a screenshot of that particulair weather.
then i can tell you which one you should disable.
i'm definitely not going to post screenshots of each weather, just send me a pm with a screenshotlink.
no there isn't, but if you send me a PM i can give you a link to my Skydrive folder.
Bonus would be, that then you would also have my newest mods which i never released anywhere, and the FO3toFPS mod is quite awesome right now, transforms FO3 into a real shooter..
Then you could have disabled the clear weathers while you where there, i did not built this possibility in the mod for nothing.
Be a little inventive please instead of playing on with nice weather you do not want..
Personally i kinda dislike it when people do not think a bit.
I built in all these options because people asked me to, and now they're not using it..sigh..
i think something went wrong with installing the ENB, make sure that the ENB files arent in a directory but loose files in your Fallout install dir.
Also make sure that your regular gamesettings have the textures option set at Large.
It feels like you do not have the configuration files of the ENB at the right place, but i'm guessing here cause i never seen black skies.
i will add a esm with more dust in the final version.
that is not possible, then you did not deactivate snow.
i checked and thourougly tested all scripts before releasing it, and there is no way that can happen, only in Jacobstown where it is supposed to snow.
check the menu again if you did it right.
Oh, by the way, there is a night brightness adjuster in the weather mod too, i forgot cause i don't use it, it allows you to set any brightness level you want, from pitch black to totally white.
just scour through the menu, and you can set the brightnes exactly how you want it.
Make sure your normal game brightness is OK before you set it.
by changing the brightness values for the night in the ENB ini file. Or alternately hit shift-enter in game and change the brightness there (in the ENB GUI), you can find it under [Environment]. Look for LightingIntensityNight, AmbientLightingIntensityNight.
Ambient works best cause there is almost no moon/sunlight in the night.
Thanks, the next version will be even better.