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  1. There are other things that make an object switch to meshy accounting as well. Like adding a specular/normal map to one of the prims, or setting a face to alpha masking/emissive. Linking it all together makes the whole object subject to mesh accounting then. You may be able to bring the land impact down again by setting most of the prims to physics shape type convex hull, or none.
  2. What are the values for Glossiness, and Environment, under Shininess in the build floater, on the window? I would think you just need to increase those on the prim.
  3. For an object of the size of, let's say, 13 x 0.5 x 5.0 the BB radius would be 6.97 meters. So the lowest LOD won't make it into the LI calculation. You could put the Low LOD in the slot of the Lowest LOD as well, and the LI will remain the same.
  4. Yes, size matters. The larger your mesh is, the more LODs are going to be ignored by the LI calculation. The radius of the bounding box (think of a sphere encompassing the mesh) is what determines which of the lower LODs is being dropped. If said radius is larger than 5.43 meters, the lowest LOD will be ignored. If said radius is larger than 10.86 meters, the low, and lowest LOD will be ignored. If said radius is larger than 43.44 meters, othe lowest, low, and medium LOD will be ignored. The formula to get the radius is sqrt(x*x + y*y + z*z) / 2 Also, it's always a good idea to keep larger meshes as lowpoly as possible, and add window frames, and any detail as a separate mesh object.
  5. Do you have Enable Texture Compression (requires restart) ckecked perhaps? In graphics prefs.
  6. Try Ctrl+9 to reset the zoom level, maybe it was just that?
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