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Flickering ground texture from cockpit view


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Looking out from the cocpit onto the terrain from a field landed P51, there is a lot of the ground close to the plane is "flickering".

 

(this is very light coloured sections in the ss's)

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City Hall is easier to fight, than a boys' club - an observation :P

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Try this one: "Free flight over Poti" - P-51D v1.2

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City Hall is easier to fight, than a boys' club - an observation :P

"Resort is had to ridicule only when reason is against us." - Jefferson

"Give a group of potheads a bunch of weed and nothing to smoke out of, and they'll quickly turn into engineers... its simply amazing."

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May be I'm wrong but could be a cloud's shadow...

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I think that is just Z-fighting on the overlay textures that show the 'hedgerows' between fields.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z-fighting

 

The same thing occurs with crater textures on the ground, and it's generally pretty hard to avoid in a flight sim, where the possible Z values are huge due to the large distances - when two planar objects are extremely close there may not be enough variable precision to determine which is in front of the other, resulting in the flickering.

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