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White bar present in underwater scenes using unmodified osgocean 1.0.1 and osg 2.9.11


 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:26 pm    Post subject:
White bar present in underwater scenes using unmodified osgocean 1.0.1 and osg 2.9.11
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When moving underwater at long last... found that upon using the '-' key to move underwater... a white bar (which seems to accumulate from the shimmering surface when first going to the sub-surface) appears in the middle of the screen. I am using Win 7 and have compiled with MS vs 2010 and osg 2.9.11 source. What would cause such an anomaly? It ruins what would be a very nice scene...

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tim
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:21 am    Post subject:
White bar present in underwater scenes using unmodified osgocean 1.0.1 and osg 2.9.11
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Hi Tim,

Could you send a screenshot, as it's hard to picture the issue from the description.


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When moving underwater at long last... found that upon using the '-' key to move underwater... a white bar (which seems to accumulate from the shimmering surface when first going to the sub-surface) appears in the middle of the screen. I am using Win 7 and have compiled with MS vs 2010 and osg 2.9.11 source. What would cause such an anomaly? It ruins what would be a very nice scene...

Thank you!

Cheers,
tim

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:17 pm    Post subject:
Further notes on walking "the white line"
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Hi Kim,

So... with just the basics at all defaults, and using the + key to move the ocean surface, and right at the transistion, one can see the beginnings of a line forming mid screen... I'm going to say it almost looks like an arbitrary center fulcrum point for the surface transition as shown in capture4.png, because at this point the screen edge of the water is rocking back and forth from above water to below water, as shown between capture4.png and capture3.png.

As one (I) move farther into the ocean, it becomes more pronounced as in capture2.png.

Thanks for listening....

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:31 am    Post subject:
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Hi Kim,
below is an excerpt for those that are only on the mail list... I included pictures and got a note back from the administrator that the pics were too large and would not be sent on to the mailing list. so here is a blurb without the pics... and maybe you could look at the pictures on the web forum itself?

thanks... here is what was sent....

So... with just the basics at all defaults, and using the + key to move the ocean surface, and right at the transistion, one can see the beginnings of a line forming mid screen... I'm going to say it almost looks like an arbitrary center fulcrum point for the surface transition as shown in capture4.png, because at this point the screen edge of the water is rocking back and forth from above water to below water, as shown between capture4.png and capture3.png.

As one (I) move farther into the ocean, it becomes more pronounced as in capture2.png.

Thanks for listening....

Cheers,
tim
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