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P3D v5 Can an effect be added/interact with autogen?

Just throwing out this question. Can one create an effect that will work with/interact with autogen (vegetation and/or buidlings)? I haven't done any research on this as I start to look at threads here but thought I would start by asking. Anyone done something like this?
What do you mean when you say interact with autogen? What kind of effect are you thinking about?
Sorry, forgot about this thread. Take for example, would it be possible to change an autogen tree texture to say a different color or a different tree texture (I guess sort of like seasons), but on the fly without having to reload the scenery. It would be "injected"in real time.
I think autogen trees can only switch models based on seasons. But you might want to try to use a visibility condition in the model, maybe that works (not sure what the performance would be).
Ah... good idea. What about an object model or a library object? Think they can be injected? What if a agn tree was created as an library object? Just thinking out loud.
Each agn tree is a library object already (each season is a separate model).