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BillW

A little refresher please

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I loaded an addon of some kind that has caused white polygons to form as I approach water. Is the drill to remove the newest scenery addons one at a time from the scenery list? Do I need to absolutely delete the addon from the FS program before letting FS re-configure the scenery files? This getting aggravating! Any help is appreciated.I am using GE Pro, Ultimate Terrain, FE and FSGenesis mesh. ATI 9800 Pro 128mb, P4 2800. Also, around default Seattle, the water lines do not coincide with the landfall. Trees are in water and water is trying to cover land mass.

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Are you using the DXoverride files, d3d9.dll and the .ini file in your main FS9 folder? John

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Bill. If you've created seperate folders for your scenery addons, then you can uncheck them in game scenery library and press ok.You dont need to delete.Try and uncheck from where you got the problem, and check back one by one. You might need to restart fs9, but saving a flight from where you can see the prob make things easier.kt

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John,I have never heard about this before....What's the deal with these two files?ThanksGlenn

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As far as I can tell, They force textures or don't force them, depending on the configuration. I believe they are set to not force.This is speculation on my part. The first file looks like a config file.I deleted them and solved the texture problem. I had never heard of this before.

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