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LINES ON 777 DISPLAYS

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HI i need help with some lines on my displays, do you know what it is or how i can solve it?

thanks in advance

BTW loving this bird

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Try adjusting the brightness if you haven't already.  I know I could make my NG displays look like this is I made to bight or dim I believe.

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Yes, adjusting the brightness, increasing the aa level, and zooming into 1.0 all fix this issue. I use the zooming into 1.0 method, as it gives me the most realistic outside view and completely eliminates these lines in the NGX (you can move your eyepoint back so that you can still have some peripheral vision and see the vc).

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That is a moiré pattern effect. If you look closely at the speed and altitude tapes, you can see a small grid-like pattern that makes up the graphic. I you move the camera further away, this results in a moiré. Better anti-aliasing should make this effect less noticeable. For example I didn't notice it on my system until I looked for it, but it is very obvious with the terrain map on the ND. After resetting my driver to the settings suggested by PMDG, things look much better.

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I don't see anything, Where is it?

There not really lines but moreso dots or blotches that give the displays what looks like back contrast.

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HI GUYS, thanks for your replys really appreciate all of them, but none of them seem to work :(

Did you try a zoom factor of 1? That completely eliminates this on the NGX for me, but I don't know if it'll do the same on the 777.

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That is a moiré pattern effect. If you look closely at the speed and altitude tapes, you can see a small grid-like pattern that makes up the graphic. I you move the camera further away, this results in a moiré. Better anti-aliasing should make this effect less noticeable. For example I didn't notice it on my system until I looked for it, but it is very obvious with the terrain map on the ND. After resetting my driver to the settings suggested by PMDG, things look much better.

 

This is exactly right. Any GDI+ gauge in FSX will exhibit this kind of thing at certain AA/AF settings and certain distances.

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Hey Guys I seem to have the same problem here my displays have lines in them. Im not sure I have ever messed with the zoom factor is it in the FSX .cfg ?? On my NGX I just dim the brightness and it seems to fix it in this bird doesnt do it..

 

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Mark

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Hey Guys I seem to have the same problem here my displays have lines in them. Im not sure I have ever messed with the zoom factor is it in the FSX .cfg ?? On my NGX I just dim the brightness and it seems to fix it in this bird doesnt do it..

 

Regards

Mark

By zoom factor, I mean when you zoom in/out with the plus/minus keys (versus moving your head in the VC).

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