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Roger Wensley
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I use these,

 

FS2004/FSX Oscar Cloud,

 

https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/fslib.php?do=copyright&fid=129672

 

Might be worth a look.

 


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Are there any really realistic clouds for fs9?

 

Roger I find these work well with FS2004: hde.zip

 

Do a search in the file library for the above zip file and I think you'll be pleased with the result :-)

 

Cheers

 

Dom

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High Definition Environment V1 by Pablo Diaz is very good. it is available here in the library as noted above. Version 2 is much better but cannot find it here. It is available in the library at Avsim.com
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So the answer is "No, there aren't"? Drat.

 

What's the view on sending something that isn't available anymore?

Let me check if he's contactable and they are sharable. I've used a LOT and find them the most realistic.

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For me it wasn't as much the cloud textures as it was what I used to get them into FS9. And for that Pilot's FSGRW has worked the best for me to get the most realistic "scene". The cloud textures I have used for years were from Flight1's Flight Environment.
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For me it wasn't as much the cloud textures as it was what I used to get them into FS9. And for that Pilot's FSGRW has worked the best for me to get the most realistic "scene". The cloud textures I have used for years were from Flight1's Flight Environment.

 

Actually agree with this. FSGRW seems to inject the WX and display the clouds very well into FS9.

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I also use most cloud textures from Flight1 Flight Environment, but for the cirrus clouds I use the textures from ActiveSky6.5. Additionally, I installed the sky textures from Supersky 2015 by Aldus (Aldo Bulgehroni). The weather engine is from FSGRW as well.
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