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After tiring of the browns of Autumn Aurora, I decided to fix the problem. My textures are sRGB color-matched from pictures of Pripyat in the fall, that were taken with Canon and Nikon DSLRs with sRGB color profiles, so that the colors are as accurate as the squishy eyeball sacks in my face could get them. I hope you enjoy the addon and remember: You may not always Cheeki, but, when you do, you Breeki. Stay safe, Stalkers.

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[RealAutumn] for Autumn Aurora 2.1
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Mr_Hamfi
Mr_Hamfi

Well done !

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Opinionator
Opinionator

Is Stalker supposed to be that beautiful? Really does look amazing.

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nashathedog
nashathedog

It's looking good, Thanks for sharing....

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spartaque12
spartaque12

nice one

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shiningfury
shiningfury

Thank you for adding some realistic color to AA2.

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serialxt Author
serialxt

You're welcome! I love AA2, but the only things that should be brown while playing it are your pants.

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stupidsexylizard
stupidsexylizard

Thanks for this mod and this response

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stupidsexylizard
stupidsexylizard

But... my AA2 is still drab and colourless after installing this. I'm not using an ENB or SweetFX.

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serialxt Author
serialxt

That... should not be the case.

That said, in the pics I am using the ENB blue filter included with AA2.1, but that shouldn't make much of a difference.

If the trees next to the house in the pic (the one nearest to Sidorovich's bunker) are still brown and not yellow/red, then the textures weren't overwritten correctly.

Make sure that you have overwritten all the files in /gamedata with those included in the /gamedata folder of the addon and haven't accidentally put the addon into a subdirectory within the /gamedata folder (i.e. /gamedata/RealAutumn/gamedata/* would be wrong).

As this is just a simple texture swap, it should have zero compatibility issues and is definitely not dependent on using an ENB.

I hope that helps!

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stupidsexylizard
stupidsexylizard

The issue was with the shader config. Found a more natural coloured one by googling. Is your screenshot with the default provided shaders?

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Oxusman
Oxusman

Very cool.

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