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FSXA Foggy Glass

Hauke Keitel created a beautiful Piper P28R-201 for FS9 which works very well in FSX(A) except for one flaw: the cockpit glass. It's foggy. George Trovato posted a "fix" at AVSIM for it by adding a very dark gray alpha channel because he said that at dawn, night and dusk there is a reflection on it without the alpha channel. He admits that the fix did not clear up the foggy of the glass. I already tried to get it cleared up by adding a pure white texture instead of Hauke's silver cockpit windows from the original design and added a pure black alpha channel which in fsx is transparent but no luck its still foggy. Interestingly though that gave a beautifully clear glass from the inside of the VC at dawn, night and dusk. I really like this aircraft and am posting here to see if someone knows how or can clear up the daytime cockpit glass from inside the VC. You can find both the aircraft and the fix at flightsim.com library.


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