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I'm part of a roleplay sim, and canonically we have a 1:1 timescale, so 1 day IRL is 1 day in the canon of our sim. Our desire is to have our parcel's sky reflect the current canonical time. So at 6 AM SLT, the sun/moon is in a position corresponding to 6 AM in the settings, and the same for 9 AM, 12 PM, and so on. Essentially, we want a day cycle whose length is 24 hours instead of SL's 4 hours. In some of the posts about EEP, I have seen discussions about this being possible, but looking through the wiki and looking at the settings on my viewer, it's not clear to me how to achieve this effect. Any help is welcome! I also saw the picture below on the EEP wiki. The ratios next to the percentages, re: 0%(0:0), 25%(1:0) make me think that maybe cramming all the keyframes between 0% and 25% might do it, but that would take a long time to test. Again, any help is super appreciated!
Hiii! I fixed the environment settings last night so as to get a good sky setting for an event but now I cannot switch it back to the normal default settings / Day Cycle. I have tried LL & FS viewers but when I click apply it jumps back to the setting I made yesterday. Here is the following error message I get > https://gyazo.com/97c9902ca4feaf2ad3d19468746691b4 I did tp in and out again, relogged but same error, not just for me but also the sim owner. Hope you can help.
Hello! I hope I am putting this in the right category. I have managed the same region for quite some time now (about 3 years) and I have not had this problem until very recently. I created a day cycle and attempted to assign it to the Region/Estate level. It looks correct in the preview when selected in the drop down menu. Once I click "Apply," I see the settings have changed, but it seems the haze or fog or distance multipliers are completely gone. So while the lighting is right, the depth is not there. It was the same case when I applied just one of my custom skies to the "Fixed Sky" portion. Looks correct in the preview once selected in drop down menu. Click "Apply," and the fogginess is gone. I thought maybe it wasn't taking well to my custom skies so I tried it with one of the defaults found in every SL viewer. I tried Blizzard and Foggy. Same deal. I even tried to do this in the most updated SL viewer. The problem still persists. I've been trying to look around if this issue has been reported or talked about recently, but maybe it's something on my end alone? What am I doing wrong? Thanks folks!