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Water on ground looks terrible!

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Any ideas what is going on here please?

 

Just changed over to DX10 and to be honest not seeing much improvement anywhere but I assume I will need to play with it a bit more, however, the water on the ground is awful

Any ideas why?

 

Thanks

 

Paul

 

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I actually think this is to do with the UK2000 Gatwick as default and ORBX airports dont show this

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I think you have 3 choices:

1) DX9 with FSX

2) DX10 with FSX and learn to live with weird graphical glitches

3) Move to P3D

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You NEED to use the stevefx directx10 fixer.  Along with that, it looks like the wet terrain bitmap is a bit off, but I don't know much about that.  The important thing it to use the fixer, otherwise everything looks terrible.

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I am using FSX:SE with the DX10 Fixer and REX4's water refraction and my water looks normal... Are you using the fixer?

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I think you have 3 choices:

1) DX9 with FSX

2) DX10 with FSX and learn to live with weird graphical glitches

3) Move to P3D

Need to add another choice;

 

4) DX 10 with FSX and Steve's Fixer

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Even wit Steve's Fixer, lots of issues that go away with P3D.  At least that was my experience.

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Yes I am using the fixer

Seems only the UK2000 Gatwick that is causing me issues

 

I get very little water if any on the ORBX Scenery, but on default airports it looks great

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