Rohan Dockal Posted February 1, 2021 Share Posted February 1, 2021 Either EEP is crazy, or it's not working for me as intended. For the record, I usually keep my graphics on ultra or close to it. I'm using Firestorm because almost everyone I know does as well. I prefer to set the viewer to "shared environment" because I want to see the same sky that everyone else sees. I don't want to be looking at bright daylight while my friends are all midnight, for example. Here is my the problem. Under shared environment, for some reason it's constantly dark. Nights are really dark, no surprise. But even the day is too dark. Instead of a bright blue sky, it's a very dark blue. And the contrast is so high, everything not facing the sun is in a dark shadow and difficult to see. At night I can adjust the gamma level, and that helps, but that resets the next time I log on. I could turn shadows off, and that helps a little, but even with them off, there is still way too much contrast. Don't tell me to just change the windlight - yes that works, but then I won't be seeing the sky in sync with everyone else. Also, I can't find any manual or documentation how to use this. It's as if Firestorm just swapped the dashboard of an automobile with the dashboard of a jumbo jet and expects us to be able to figure it out. For example, what does "scale" do? What about "glow focus"? etc. I've checked the Firestorm site, the EEP blog, and the wiki. They are much more focused on telling us how great this is, or telling you how to make presets. But I could always change my personal windlight before EEP, so I don't see what the difference is there I consider myself fairly technically minded, and I've been on SL for 11 years, and I can't figure this out. So how is a new person supposed to? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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