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    That's what I did. Inside the volume it was still snowing.
    I used a regular volume. thevolume in question is partly submerged in "solidness" and passes through a heightmap. Anything wrong there?

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    Set the volume tag the same as the tag for the xWeatherEffect.

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    Click on my Profile button.....and there will be a hyperlink to my email. :up:






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    This worked for me:

    I am seriously a noob when it comes to maping, but, following the example in the brilliant BR-DE-ElecFields, I created a volume, selected it, right clicked to display properties, expanded the events tab and set the tag to NoRain. It worked, but I have no idea why...

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    sure that'd be great.
    (it's copyright :P)


    Where do I send it?

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    Can you send your map to me? I'd be glad to take a look at it. :up:

    I do have some experience with this topic.


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    hmm i think it's possible to block those particles with blocking volumes but i'm not sure just wait for angel_mappers answer :P

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    excluding the weather

    Can I exclude the xweathereffect from particular zones?
    The method at wiki.beyondunreal.com/wiki/XWeatherEffect doesn't seem to work, with i still snowing inside my little volumes, plus I'd much rather use zones to hide it.

    ty
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