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    The longer i make my train the more the cars fade to being completely white.

    I'm having a weird issue with Goku's consist editor. The longer I make my train the more the cars and or loco's fade to being completely white, I don't understand why its doing this it never did on windows 7 but is now doing it on windows 10 I'm just wondering if anybody else is or has dealt with this issue.

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    fogDensity = 0.01 in settings.txt
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      #3
      do I find that in the tsre folder or somewhere else?

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        #4
        If its in that folder i tried to change it but it says i need to be a administrator

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          #5
          Originally posted by chilla View Post
          If its in that folder i tried to change it but it says i need to be a administrator

          Sounds like you installed TRSE in one of the Program Files folders.
          Charles

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            #6
            Okay i did what was said it didnt do anything to fix the problem .How do i take a picture of the issue in the consist editor so i can show you guys or gals what im talking about?

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              #7
              Originally posted by chilla View Post
              Okay i did what was said it didnt do anything to fix the problem .How do i take a picture of the issue in the consist editor so i can show you guys or gals what im talking about?
              Assuming Win 7 or later: App named "Snipping Tool" or the newer app "Snip & Sketch" Both come with Windows. Snip then Save as JPG then insert into post.

              Question: When (how many items in consist) does the problem appear?
              Charles

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                #8
                Assuming in your OP that you mean that the display of the consist at the bottom of the TSRE window is what is showing gray.

                Have created a consist of over 3000 units that is 57 KM long and all items are showing OK. Thake for ever to scroll throubgh. ;-)
                Charles

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by chilla View Post
                  Okay i did what was said it didnt do anything to fix the problem .How do i take a picture of the issue in the consist editor so i can show you guys or gals what im talking about?


                  You must delete the # at the start of the fogdensity line. # makes it like a comment line

                  For future reference, screenshots can be taken anytime by holding down the windows key and hitting PrntScrn key. Screens land in your Pictures folder
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                    #10
                    I figured it out guys thanks for all the help I really appreciate it.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by chilla View Post
                      I figured it out guys thanks for all the help I really appreciate it.

                      You want to share what was wrong so that others can learn from your experience. That is the purpose of this forum.
                      Charles

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                        #12
                        Never actually figured it out I have two hard drives on my computer so I pulled what was already installed on the old hard drive over to the newer hard drive and that solved my problem.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by chilla View Post
                          Never actually figured it out I have two hard drives on my computer so I pulled what was already installed on the old hard drive over to the newer hard drive and that solved my problem.
                          So...you never bothered ( or had the curiousity ) to compare what was on the old hard drive to the newer hard drive so you could teach yourself what the differences were, thus ... in all probability, leading to the answer to your question...sigh.
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                            #14
                            No I will probably try it again sometime when I don't have my kids and wife driving me insane for right now it's a quick fix but I do want to know what was the problem.

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