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Hi,

Best way to get the 'snow' effect is to change the little pictures found in the train file.

C:\Program Files\mackoy\BVE4\Train\cl156_Pro\d3d\...

there you will raindrops, its just a case of making them snowflakes.

To activate the snow in the route (to hit the window) check the codes at www.bveroutes-trains.co.uk

As for the 'snow' effect route, you will need to change all the objects to make them look like snow.

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To get that effect, as Zane said, it's down to the train and not the route at the moment. If a train has ran drops in it, and the .beacon 21;0;0;x (x being the intensity of rain – 70 being usual) command is used, ran will appear on the windscreen.
However, should a train have snow flakes instead of raindrops, then snow would appear.

It is therefore up to train authors for snow, and not the route authors.
 
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But then it could be possible to substitute the raindrops in the d3d folder with snowflakes or put a mixture of both or even other things (falling trees for example!). Notice also the Birmingham X-City which, if I remember well, doesn't add things to the cl 323 folder even though it includes a few routes with snow.
 
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