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Old 10-25-2013   #2
Damage Inc.
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Well, I still have bright surfaces often as well, but there is a way to make the game less bright in general. At least, if using ENB is anything like iCEnhancer, which I think it is. Right?...

Anyway... One way is to turn up the Adaption-values in the iceconfig-file, specifically the Max-value. That means that you turn down the maximum brightness.

Another way is to lower the exposure, which you can do in the iceshader-file. Just look for AdaptionValue in that file and turn it down by 0.1 or 0.2 and see if it helps. But look out that you don't make it all too dark, which is very annoying (in my experience) too.

Another thing to improve it is to use other people's custom ENB/iCE-files, and find which one doesn't have very over-exposed surfaces. The one I've tried and looks OK is:
It does look a bit bleak, but at least it's not overly bright.

As for the RedSky-bug, check out this mod:

Didn't bother me anything after installing that. It also gives you a new night-skydome with stars, but it doesn't look too great. Oh well... At least the sky doesn't flicker red anymore, and none of those squares either.

Hope this helps.
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