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tonymerry

White squares appearing on land scenery

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When flying at above 2000ft big white squares are now appearing at random on the scenery. I am using FSX with Orbx England scenery and Rex4 textures. Any suggestions as to cause & cure much appreciated.

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If it is only happening in the Orbx region you ought to head over to their forums and post your issue.  Is it a solid white square or is it in the form of a cross?  Press F12 and zoom out to see exactly what you see and report back.  I have heard of black squares which are caused by too high settings.

 

Have a look at the configuration guide over on the right and also post your pc specs from within your "My Profile\Edit Your Profile" area.

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