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Rodrigos Terrain & Clouds Mod

20 Apr 2018 01:09

kham132,
the 'Height' parameter in the Clouds section alters the height of the clouds.
Otherwise this addon would not work.
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The inner layers are cloud layers. With negative value for the height.
 
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Rodrigos Terrain & Clouds Mod

20 Apr 2018 05:39

Perhaps you mean Bump Height of the cloud layer. Or Bump Offset, I'm not sure what the difference is between those. I think if you have oceans, the cloud Bump Offset should match the ocean's depth, the Height being the elevation above sea level and the Bump Height the actual thickness of the clouds. I'm probably wrong though lol
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Rodrigos Terrain & Clouds Mod

20 Apr 2018 19:36

Or maybe the "float height" parameter in the 'tg_clouds_height' file.
 
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Rodrigos Terrain & Clouds Mod

02 May 2018 20:16

kham132 wrote:
Or maybe the "float height" parameter in the 'tg_clouds_height' file.

Ja, that is what I had been assuming would manipulate the thickness (bumpHeight) of the clouds without actually affecting the area size (coverage) of the clouds. I tried several variations inside the actual brackets as well, still no luck.
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