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ORBX ESSA Ground Textures under ground

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So I recently got a new computer and finished installing ORBX ESSA and went to try it out. It loads fine and the gorund textures are looking sharp... Except after around 1-2 seconds, the ground disappears under this blurry grey layer and the high quality textures are gone. I cannot seem to find anything related to this, just a bunch people having issues with the terminals but they are working fine for me.

I have tried to reinstall, but not worked. I have tried to disable objectflow, clear shader cache, reinstall the libraries, lower/higher resolution settings, chnage my Scenery cfg location to "C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3" in my FTXSettings.xml, added " <Config>

<Path>ORBX\FTX_GLOBAL\FTX_AA_ESSA\scenery</Path>

<Paths>

</Paths>

</Config>" to Orbx_ESSA_FTXGLOBAL_Objectflow.xml, moving the priority up and down and below and over Ftx global base pack in the scenery library, restarted my computer twice and checked for update for both Windows 10 and drivers, I've tried all of this to no avail :(.

My addons are: Reshade, PTA, FTX Global base, FTX ORBX ESSA, the libs, Airport enhancer lite (free version), fsuipc, LINDA, simconnect.

My Specs are: i7 8750h, 1060 6gb, 16gb RAM, 256gb m.2 ssd, 1tb hdd.

Here is what it looks like without objectflow:

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First stage of loading:

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Second stage:

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Last stage:

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I posted on r/flightsim without any response but I thank for any help in advance!

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I am extremely suspicious it has to do with the airport enhancer, I am going to try to remove it and see what happens.

Edit: Always make a backup of your texture folders kids...

Yet another edit: Noticed the aircraft is actually sinking down through the ground but during the first and second stage of loading, it's fine.

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12 hours ago, Bluestar said:

Enable Objectflow. 🙂

 

Oh the first picture was with objectflow disabled, the rest are with enabled (I was pointing out how it looked like without objectflow) 🙂 Thanks for the suggestion!

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12 hours ago, Karel Gerritse said:

I have the same problem. Solution already found?

Enable Objectflow.  


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On 7/22/2018 at 1:19 PM, Karel Gerritse said:

I have the same problem. Solution already found?

Solution was to update my sim from p3d v3.3 to v3.4

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Objectflow was actually enabled when I asked the question. Oflow was the first thing i found here as solution, but it didn't help. Solution for now was to install version 1.20 and not 1.21.

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On 8/12/2018 at 11:58 AM, Karel Gerritse said:

Objectflow was actually enabled when I asked the question. Oflow was the first thing i found here as solution, but it didn't help. Solution for now was to install version 1.20 and not 1.21.

I also had oflow enabled when I asked the question. My fix was the sim update. Glad to hear it's working now!

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