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Wierd rainbow colors on moving parts.

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Wierd rainbow colors on moving parts.

Postby IGIAG » Thu Feb 25, 2021 10:35 am ... 7684137730

Idk if this works

Ok so default and als graphics look normal but when i enable rembrandt things like the cockpit look great but moving parts like engines and tires have this rainbow mesz on top of them.

I use Windows 10 and a gtx 1050

It doesent report any errors or anything(at least i think)
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Re: Wierd rainbow colors on moving parts.

Postby wkitty42 » Thu Feb 25, 2021 11:18 am

i know you already have this answer from the discord but don't use rembrandt... it has been removed as a separate option in newer FG... if you still have it as an option, you should update to the latest LTS of FG... it is no longer needed with the new compositor which combines the best of both worlds and provides additional features and capabilities...
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