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No thunder lightning and white nights

  • Hi i'm having this issue, what can do this, i'm having it only on night with rain and thunder and i precise with thunder i have the flashes but i don't have any lightning visible

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  • @Armouredivision And where is it ? In the skydome.ytd i just have the moon-new but nothing named moon_col

  • @Master_Findus in w_<weather> XML files which are located in common/data/timecycle folder.

  • @Master_Findus are you using any graphics mod?

  • @Armouredivision yep, mainly Redux I tried to search in the Redux files something about it but I didn’t find anything 🤷🏽‍♂️

  • @Armouredivision oh okay I’ll try that in the evening and maybe you have an idea about the lightning ?

  • @Master_Findus I once faced that issue. Don't remember how I fixed it.

    Narrow down the source of the issue.

    Use a different w_thunder.xml (VisualV or NVR or Vanilla) and see what happens.

  • @Master_Findus
    Just to confirm, you're issue with the moon is the blockiness of the moonlight that appears on the clouds, correct?
    If something else/more than just that, let me know. Not sure about the lightning strikes, never encountered that. Do you have or have had in the past QuantV installed? It has it's own ENB shader lightning stikes, just want to rule out & confirm nothing like that is installed? If so, let me know etc :thumbsup:

    Most likely your issues reside in one or more of these files:

    • w_thunder.xml
    • vfxlightningsettings.xml
    • cloudkeyframes.xml
    • 'vfx_lightningstrike.fxc'

    You can find their locations in your 'mods' folder by using Ctrl+F3 in OpenIV to search for them by name while selecting 'Search in "mods" folder only'' in the search area dropdown selection.

    • Make backups of the files (or the '.rpf's that contain them, if you have hdd space)
    • then use OpenIV's Ctrl+F3 search while selecting 'Search in game folder only' in the search area dropdown selection to find their vanilla equivalents.
    • Replace the 'mods' folder files with their vanilla counterparts & see if that resolves or changes anything?

    Replace them one file at a time, while loading the game up inbetween each change, so you know what file controls what, & then if any of them do fix any of the issues you are facing, you'll be able to identify what file/s are doing it.

    If you do identify the file/s causing any issues, either use the vanilla files instead, or if you want to fix the modded one/s, upload the problem modded one/s to somewhere like https://www.mediafire.com/ & share the link/s here &/or use something like https://www.diffchecker.com/ to compare the files to their vanilla counterparts to try to identify the issue etc.

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