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CG4 Lens Rain for Cathedral Weathers - SE Port

SE Port of NexusScoomaDrop's CG4 Lens Rain for True Storms converted for Cathedral Weathers

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This is really good looking. Any chance for a version to work with Obisidian?

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In response to post #77735628.


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I use cathedral weather pretty much exclusively, so I'm not sure how obsidian weathers treats their weather naming conventions. Maybe someone else will do it. It was very easy, really.

Edit: Very Similar. Can you check it for me please?

Edited by Kiddgimmick, 21 February 2020 - 11:20 PM.


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Nice :) Need a version for vivid weathers any chance of seeing that??



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In response to post #77735628. #77735853 is also a reply to the same post.


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Seems to work great, cycled through several days of rain and didn't notice anything weird.Thank you so much!

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Which version should I download for usage with vanilla weather?

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Any possibility of making a version for Nat?

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Yess more immersion! How can I make this for Picturesque?

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picturesque enb already have this

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Thanks for your work. In case you're accepting requests, I'd like a version for Aequinoctium.
Edit: Thanks!

Edited by kaymre, 23 February 2020 - 10:30 AM.





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