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I purchased a new laptop and everything on it is newer and more up to date than my old one and for some reason I can't use advanced lighting? I use Firestorm SOO I tried SL viewer and it allows me to use advanced lighting but I cannot use SL viewer I HATE IT! I can't get used to it and everything about Firestorm feels a lot better than SL viewer. So anyway, my question is is there anyway at all I can turn on advanced viewer in Firestorm, there's literally no option I can't tick it I take A LOT of pics and I use the body shine a lot so I really need it to work lol 😫 I found something on h
Hello wondering if anyone could help me with this issue Some days ago i tried to take a photo, so I go and take my graphics up to ULTRA, this selects all the shaders on, including advanced lighting model, never got any issue, but this time, my hair just looks deformed, doesnt matter which hair i put on, its always like this, it only looks normal if i deselect the advanced lighting model (turn it OFF) No matter which graphic settings my firestorm is on, if advanced lighting model is on, all hairs will look deformed, as i said, i never got this issue before... I thought maybe
I tried making a tattoo applier for Maitreya using the dev kit. It was looking good until I turned on the 'Advanced Lighting Model'. I saw patches around my tattoo texture. Tried all three layers and patches were there in all three. Tried the same texture with Omega appliers which worked fine with all light settings. Can someone explain ?
I am running an Alienware Aurora R6 with NVidia 1070 graphics card and 16 gb RAM under Windows 10. I have run full tests of the video card itself and it is implementing FXAA, transparency antialiasing, and antialiasing up to 8x flawlessly. The problem lies within SL. It appears that ALM and antialiasing are broken in the current viewer versions under both Windows 10 and Linux Mint. I have tried this on two different machines (the other a laptop running Linux mint and an older NVidia card, and the Alienware under Windows 10. The problem is identical on both machines. Even though both