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  1. Neil, as recommended by 'Poppet' Elaine Dixon here: https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/479630-where-to-find-my-shaders-folder-prepar3d-v2-v3-v4/ It ensures you start off with 'clean' default shaders, and can do no harm.
  2. Nvidia are keeping pace with AMD; I suspect it's the same (or similar) to the AMD Radeon image sharpening (RIS) which has been available since the summer. If you really want to know there is an explanation of that tech here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGNHggz8BdI
  3. Not sure.... but if you install the latest driver for your card, which I think is the 352.63 (in beta) you can then check if the feature is available in Nvidia control. It's available here: https://www.geforce.com/drivers
  4. Probably should add that after updating the graphics driver you should delete the shaders folder at: Local Disk (C:) ► Users ► You ► AppData ► Local ► Lockheed Martin ► Prepar3D ► Shaders before restarting P3D.
  5. Was better at the default setting but sharpest at 0.56. It will depend on your monitor I guess.
  6. If you have an Nvidia graphics card there is a new feature available on the last couple of drivers that improves the quality of the screen image quite a bit. The latest v441.12 for the 1070 for example has a new setting in the 'Manage 3D settings' in the control panel called 'Image sharpening. By default it is set to off. Whemn on it certainly sharpens the quality on my monitor. No point posting comparison images as the resolution for uploads does not show the improvement. Believe me it is worth a look! All explained here: https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce/news/geforce-gtx-16-series-super-game-ready-driver/
  7. Link to original post: https://fselite.net/news/update-from-pmdg-regarding-future-plans/
  8. For those unaware see: https://fselite.net/news/pmdg-releases-737ngxu-base-package-for-prepar3d-v4/ Seems the momentum gathers as a 'big' player realigns for MS2020.... I'm sure when JV has news he will share it, it must be very difficult to manage the commercial impact of the rapidly changing market shape this year, but I expect all will be well in the end! Impatient lot, we simmers!
  9. Not according to the Flightsim audio interview posted recently by renault in the ms2020 post running in this sub-forum, John. 18 minutes in MS say the engine is capable of seasons, including snow, frozen water and tree colour. They say it won’t be ready in the first release, but is listed as next after VR in their current priority.
  10. Much drooling here... https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/561095-october-24th-2019-developmentinsider-update/ ...and quite right too.
  11. ..the cashed option mentioned seems to suggests otherwise. It's not my decision, but it would be better if there was only one thread for this topic so we can keep abreast of the facts emerging.
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