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Hi there,

I'm new to the Godot game engine and i don't really know much about coding inside gdscript.

I have to create a virtual installation in Godot where i Need to have 6 different horizons viewed from 6 windows.

I figured i would have to manipulate the following properties by the position of the player in the room or create a zone where those properties are changed:

groundhorizoncolor
skyhorizoncolor
skytopcolor

But i don't have a clue on how to do it.

If you could advise me on this i would really appreciate.
Thx
Mathieu

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Are you familiar with coding? I did a bit of code to manipulate sky colors, but it's pure gdscript... See here: https://gitlab.com/Zipperflunky/vgs_prime/-/tree/main/VGS-Prime_v1/tmp

You could probably use use viewports with custom environments for each, and draw that behind each window.
Here's a bit of info on doing something similar

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