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Terrain Keeps Gettin Blurred When I Leave Land Then Come Back On A HomeStead


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This could mean two things, if the land is changing shape then you should check nobody else has terrain modification rights or that there isn't a terraforming prim left rezzed somewhere.

 

More likely though: If it's the grass/sand texture (and not the terrain itself) going blurry then that is failing to properly load. This especially happens if you use 1024x1024 land textures and venture out where a lot of other textures will be loaded - shopping, sailing, exploring, sim hopping.

Cutting your land textures down to 512x512 will help quite a bit. Also make sure they do not carry an Alpha channel.

As an additional work around, put the four 512x512 textures you use on a prim. Make the prim as small as you can, and attach it to one of your free chest, ear, nose, chin, mouth points so it's hidden inside your body.

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This could mean two things, if the land is changing shape then you should check nobody else has terrain modification rights or that there isn't a terraforming prim left rezzed somewhere.

 

More likely though: If it's the grass/sand texture (and not the terrain itself) going blurry then that is failing to properly load. This especially happens if you use 1024x1024 land textures and venture out where a lot of other textures will be loaded - shopping, sailing, exploring, sim hopping.

Cutting your land textures down to 512x512 will help quite a bit. Also make sure they do not carry an Alpha channel.

As an additional work around, put the four 512x512 textures you use on a prim. Make the prim as small as you can, and attach it to one of your free chest, ear, nose, chin, mouth points so it's hidden inside your body.

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