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    Is anyone aware of a "tutorial" anywhere explaining how the lighting in MSTS is handled between dusk and dawn?

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    Maybe at Steam4Me?
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    I had already looked be couldn't find anything.

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    Please check the forum posting below as well as Hichael Vone's route building manual
    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...441#post846441
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    Thanks Chris I will have a good look at those. One simple question in two parts. If the .env files remain unchanged, is there a constant state of darkness/lightness between dusk and dawn or is there a variance in this? Expanding further, at the dusk and dawn periods, is there an immediate or gradual change?

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