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Has anyone else seen this problem? Whenever I use anti-aliasing my panels get blurry, as if they are being redrawn slightly out of place. I have tried all sorts of tweaks, with no luck. Outside textures and ground textures remain sharp and clear....AMD XP1900KT3 Ultra1 GB DDR 2700 RAMRadeon 8500 Omega 1.0.71 driver

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Set FS2K2 to use bilinear filtering. There is also a problem when using high settings with smoothvision in conjunction with high anisotropic filter settings. Try 4X smoothvision and 4X anisotropic and see if that helps.Dennis

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My, very recent, experience of this, having just installed a new g/card. I set everything at max and then 'Created a flight' and got the blurring dials and controls.Taking your prompt, I set the Tri-Linear to Bi-linear and didn't get any change. I exited FS and looked at the card set-up, which included taking the option to boost the performance. On restarting FS I found the display was fine. Reselected Tri-Linear and it went bad again. BUT I exited FS with Tri-Linear still set and restarted FS. Now the display is OK.Perhaps then, there is a need for FS to start-up in the required setting rather than trying to change it and use it in the same 'session'.Nigel

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Further to my previous things haven't gone so well. When starting FS even with Tri-Linear set it works O.K. But if I exit from that flight or reset it in anyway then returning to the cockpit shows the dials smearing.Where is the 'Smoothvision' setting to be found?Nigel

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I have since upgraded the Nvidia drivers from the Nvidia site and the problem has gone away.Nigel

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If you are updating NVidia drivers then you are not using an ATI card are you?

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