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  1. File Name: FSX DX10 Shader Fixers V3.2.2 File Submitter: Steve Parsons File Submitted: 08 Aug 2013 File Category: APP/GAUGES/TOOLS DX10 Shader Fixes V3.2.2 (replaces v3.2.1). These are a set of shader fixes for DX10 Preview mode in FSX. The patch should not effect DX9 in any way. It addresses the following bugs in the DX10 preview: 1) Flashing runways/taxiways 2) Yellow/white runway markings transparency 3) Opaque chain fences 4) Progressive Taxi markings missing 5) Missing night scenery/semi-transparent dusk scenery (often misdescribed as missing night textures) 6) Some addon cars with black headlights 7) Softer VC shadow 8) Eliminates false sun on VC roof and side wall Also included are an optional replacement water shade, aircraft lights package and an optional replacement background texture. This can replace the light blue DX10 uses and is close to what DX9 uses in the same circumstances. Steve Parsons Email stevefsx@yahoo.co.uk Blog http://stevesfsxanalysis.wordpress.com/ DX10 Discussion forum on AVSIM http://forum.avsim.net/forum/569-dx-10-discussions-hints-and-help/
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    DX10 Shader Fixes V3.2.2 (replaces v3.2.1). These are a set of shader fixes for DX10 Preview mode in FSX. The patch should not effect DX9 in any way. It addresses the following bugs in the DX10 preview: 1) Flashing runways/taxiways 2) Yellow/white runway markings transparency 3) Opaque chain fences 4) Progressive Taxi markings missing 5) Missing night scenery/semi-transparent dusk scenery (often misdescribed as missing night textures) 6) Some addon cars with black headlights 7) Softer VC shadow 8) Eliminates false sun on VC roof and side wall Also included are an optional replacement water shade, aircraft lights package and an optional replacement background texture. This can replace the light blue DX10 uses and is close to what DX9 uses in the same circumstances. Steve Parsons Email stevefsx@yahoo.co.uk Blog http://stevesfsxanalysis.wordpress.com/ DX10 Discussion forum on AVSIM http://forum.avsim.net/forum/569-dx-10-discussions-hints-and-help/