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#49171 Post by _Lucas_ » 31 Jul 2020 06:37

flight50 wrote:
30 Jul 2020 16:01

For the "Next trailer" with poll, ATS already has one here. I don't know about ETS2 though.
ETS2: viewtopic.php?f=41&t=280065

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49172 Post by SiSL » 31 Jul 2020 09:15

TheTiger wrote:
30 Jul 2020 18:05
Oh GOD... my eyes is burning. Look at those wires.
We were inspecting the same thing... However original screenshot is here. There must be something went wrong, may be Blogger's JPG compression. As new assets that are made by curve items that should not cause these jaggies.

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49173 Post by Virgo91 » 31 Jul 2020 09:32

Looks better now.

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49174 Post by flight50 » 31 Jul 2020 12:43

When SCS stated they changed the way the power lines are rendered in newer dlc's, it goes to show that anything can go wrong if trying to display it in a still shot. There could be an easy explanation as to why it shows undesirable. But they replaced the blog pic at least.

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49175 Post by Bandit & The Snowman » 31 Jul 2020 12:49

I have another 'wire' gem.
No, it's not about the jaggies. Perspective has no influence either, it's actually the way the picture shows.
Where might this be?

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49176 Post by OrionXIII » 31 Jul 2020 13:01

@ Wires and whatnot.

It's actually a common problem dependent on the monitor size/resolution. I play on a tiny monitor, so I often have the problem that some things are between 1 and 0 pixels. That gives the effect of part of the objects are appearing until you reach a distance that gives either a constant 0 or 2 pixels size. I remember one of the Polaris Lines neon sign at a port, which is constantly blinking in and out until I get close enough. If you check my screenshots, you can see the same effect, as the resolution of the shots are the same as the screen.

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49177 Post by Pappolus » 31 Jul 2020 13:08

@Bandit & The Snowman Cable Car in Portland, Oregon

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#49178 Post by Bandit & The Snowman » 31 Jul 2020 13:32

Indeed. Maybe the world’s only cable car wire with inverted gravity :lol: not to speak of the stiff suspension of the cars...

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49179 Post by TheTiger » 31 Jul 2020 15:08

:lol: ... that gravity on those cables.
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#49180 Post by gandalf7472000 » 03 Aug 2020 10:09

right

who wants to see a peterbilt in Ireland? and is in a Mercedes dealership. A working, not a show truck

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2L4s2s6g6o
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