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If we are adding an ENB, we should look into using the ENB optional file. We might also consider the ENB Rain file if we use ENB Rain.

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On 5/17/2021 at 6:04 PM, DoubleYou said:

If we are adding an ENB, we should look into using the ENB optional file. We might also consider the ENB Rain file if we use ENB Rain.

The ENB texture are provided with the base mod. The ENB file for download is just an update that removes ponds from being included in the ENB waves feature and adds an optional texture for rivers. Rivers will not work unless you remove the flowmaps from them. 

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@TechAngel85 We will need install instructions for the new 4.0 version. I assume:

  • Optional Textures - Select Nothing (using DROPS for rain?)
  • Addons - Extended Ambiance

Install Darker Gradient Textures (-10%)

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23 hours ago, z929669 said:

@TechAngel85 We will need install instructions for the new 4.0 version. I assume:

  • Optional Textures - Select Nothing (using DROPS for rain?)
  • Addons - Extended Ambiance

Install Darker Gradient Textures (-10%)

Sounds right. I'm not using the rain. We don't know if anyone does, to be honest. That said, I don't care if we use the rain either. Maybe some compares with default ENB vs RWT. There are other ENB rain textures our there too.

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