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window reflections causing nausea

Closed 1.0.3

Hey I don't know if its because of HDRP or not but you didn't use clear glass you used glass with lines in it and the appearance it makes inside it is painful to look at.  Makes me worry about epileptic players.  Can you change it to clear glass?  I have a 2K monitor with a 2080TI with 3800MHz Corsair Ram 32GB and a Ryzen 3700X OC to 4.2 GHz this image is maxed out graphics ingame at 100 FPS.  The shadows move and flicker. 957201390_RUSTScreenshot2021_06.27-20_18_15_51.thumb.png.7e644e23256a62a96134b2aadbfc7c23.png

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hi, never had that issue before, could be a graphics setting on your end, sadly i have no plan on releasing a clear glass version of it but i am guessing you know how to use the editor as it looks like stuff has been moved from that pic, you can go into the editor and select one of the glass parts and switch it to a glass of your liking if your super worried. go into tools, prefab tools, replace selection and then pick the kind of glass and select it to replace all of that type

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my guess though is its graphic setting related i run a  geforce 3060, ryzen 9 3900x with 64 gigs of ram and havent seen that show up, if i get a chance i'll load up on lower graphics and see if i can see why it did it

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my guess though is its graphic setting related i run a  geforce 3060, ryzen 9 3900x with 64 gigs of ram and havent seen that show up, if i get a chance i'll load up on lower graphics and see if i can see why it did it

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ya I've tried everything with graphic settings and i cant duplicate it on my end, and all I keep off are depth of field, lens dirt, motion blur and vignetting, everything else is maxed or on. so not sure what's causing it on your end. anyone else seeing the same thing?

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Sounds like we have the same settings it had the same appearance on my laptop as well.  It looks like your image is on land though mine was from my live test server where it was placed underwater.  I did move a few things so I could add a Bradley route inside that does a small loop to make it a very challenging monument 🙂 

I have a PVE server in the top 500 servers only been around for 2 months but I really enjoy making the content.  I have 2 players that are epileptic which is why I now think of these things.  They make special requests that I turn off certain things for them.  The monument is fantastic and I will use your advise to modify it that helps a lot.  Good job it’s really cool!

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nope my pic was from under the water, I used one of my maps that have it on it. I tried every setting I could to duplicate but couldn't find anything that caused it, but ya just try the replace prefab for it and switch out the glass, I'll take a little more look into it but its the first time I have had anyone have that issue and its been sold a lot. if I can figure out what caused that kind of shadowing I'll let ya know. its definitely something I have never seen so no clue what was causing it. if you have any issues with switching it out let me know and I'll see if I can get time to toss a new one together and test it.

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i'll close it for now but direct msg me if you have any issues i'll keep digging into it and see if i can figure it all out

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