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FSXA Light Polygon Lighting up apron at Day (SOLVED)

mendiola_loyola

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Dear All:

I'm using a Ground light Polygon, but when I see the polygon at night from a perpendicular angle I see the polygon reflecting the sun light, I have unlimited visibility (There is no fog)

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I'm attaching my 3ds max model.

Regards
Alfredo Mendiola Loyola
 

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mendiola_loyola

Resource contributor
I solved the problem changing the specular color from white to black 255,255,255 => 0,0,0

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Regards
Alfredo.
 
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Thanks Mendiola
I'll try that when I get the error list from beta testers mean wile i find a simple solution with SODE NIGHT=1;Dusk=1; no dawn no day
regards
David
 
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