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This tutorial explains how to show different backdrops during day and night. This is useful for realistic day-and-night cycles and simulation projects.

The Script

An example script is provided here for morning:

if <<(current [hour v]) > [5]> and < (current [hour v]) < [9]>>  then // You can use whatever hours you feel like qualify as morning
switch backdrop to [Morning v]
end

The number can be changed for afternoon, sunset, and night.

Using Backdrops as the Time

Create a couple stages and make something like the morning, afternoon, or evening. And you can use a picture that looks realistic, just like this sunrise.

File:Sunriseoverocean.jpg