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Old 02-24-2011, 08:32 PM
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[QUOTE=KG26_Alpha;227512]Also rail lines are highly reflective especially in moonlight, but i suspect that's too much to ask for



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Nice pic, surprised you could see it with your head in the clouds

Maybe in il2 version 3 in 2021 we might see that (now look whose head are in the clouds )
No idea what your on about, sorry.


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@kg26_alpha - the photograph can't be compared to what human eye can see. I think too many people here rely solely or in major part to what they saw on the photos/film. In reality things look diferently. One clear example is the perception of depth (which you can't simulate on 2d screen) and it could be done as Rodolphe has shown, the other is perception how tracers realy look like. As far as dynamics of colors and or their hue/saturation, I'm afraid if the release date is realy 25th of March, then there is no time to change that. I'm no expert in programming, but I would presume this is major change in the rendering engine. But there are numerous posibilities on the graphic card settings though...

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I know what they look like at night as I have flown over rail tracks many times, its more a wish list addition, if its already done then a bonus.

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Only unused track carries a patina of rust on the upper surface. Rails in regular use are shiny. The sides of the track may be rusty but not the top. Regular use means one or two trains daily, that's all that's required to keep them polished.

It's a well-attested fact that the Luftwaffe bombers used the main rail routes as a navigation aids, at night as well as in the day. The eight polished rails of the four-track routes reaching from the South coast up to London were a fantastic guide on a moon-lit night, as was the river Thames on its curving path through London.

I have raised this point several times over the last few years and I hope some consideration may have been given to these permanent and obvious navigational aids
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Its along this well known fact that I was interested if 1C team had done any reflective work on the rail lines for CoD, it should a a given that the Rivers have it already modelled.
But if the rail banks have the wrong colour grass in Autumn it goes in the bin




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Yes, indeed I failed.
When I read FW, I instantly thought of the FW-190, but couldn't find it for sure.
Then mine has failed too, but tell me, where do you see a FW-200?
must be the interior cockpit shot with the copilot then I assume...
however pictures of FW-200 cockpits I've seen do not look like the screenshot
if you ask me...

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Check first pic here:

http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthr...792#post227792

Beautiful shot by the way - one of my favourites.

Now if someone could make the FW-200 flyable!!!!!

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Old 02-25-2011, 08:03 AM
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Check first pic here:

http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthr...792#post227792

Beautiful shot by the way - one of my favourites.

Now if someone could make the FW-200 flyable!!!!!

Now, that makes sense, thx

Indeed very nice to see a FW200 but honestly:
I can't wait to fly that su-26... beautiful shots!
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