Therefore, are you sure it's the Material Shading that is the issue?
I know this because of other issues which have pointed to a lack of RAM. I currently only have 1GB, when my iMac can take up to 4GB.how do you "know" your issue is RAM?
As Thorsten pointed out - With Material Shaders checked, I get a very dull screen, which shows most textures as the default colour unless light is directly shining on them. I also have fps of 5 - 15.are you sure it's the Material Shading that is the issue?
If you bothered to read my first message you will have seen which version I am asking about. If you bothered to look at the information which is on the right hand side of my message, you will see that I am a Mac user. That also shows which version of OS X I run, and that I am 'Blessed' with an ATI Graphics card. I also know my graphics card is inbuilt to my mother board and therefore can't be updated or replaced.Give more details on your OS, hardware, specifics and of course, FG version, and then maybe we can assist.
Yay Gijs.Gijs said
"You want --prop:/sim/rendering/shader-effects=false"
Hi Dragonmaster Lou, I am obviously not as technical as you. I was unaware that there was any adjustment possible there, nor that it could affect fps rates.Dragonmaster Lou said;
if I turn AA down it works much better.
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