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My SF2 developed a problem with the sky after I installed Nato Fighters 4, The Sky is showing up darker then it's supposed to and really strange, such as sharp edges where the horizon line is. That happens when the camera is at more of an up angle (weather that be by tilting the plane upwards or moving the camera), and when I tilt it down, the horizon line is normal, but the sky is really hazey. on final aproach this make it very aquard to land with the sky changing, and my videos are suffering because of this. 

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And why did you install Nato Fighters 4 and not 5??? NF4 is meant for the fist gen titles (WoV, WoE etc.) and not for Strike Fighters 2.....Scrap that mod installation and go get Nato Fighters 5, bro.

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