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When you edit the object of an HUD and scroll to see everything out of the viewport (hud-area) there is a white rectangle, to make aware, what you can see and what not. I would like to remove it, because I would like to reduce the scale of my HUDs. Have now a 4k monitor but can't make use of the benefitis of it, when the HUDs just don't scale with resolution. In Firestorm I wasn't able to recduce the HUD size (1.00 is the minimum scale), but with a Debug-Setting called HUDScaleFactor it seems to work. But you see the white frame/rectangle then... is there a way to remove it?
One of my helicopters is now showing a script warning, error, debug message, at every sim crossing flying the plane. I have to click off each one of the message pop-up, at sim crossing flying. Is there a debug section to stop this from happening? To know something is "amiss", there's planes hanging in the "air" to be concerned about the stability of the viewer.
We've seen a number of questions already arising about a "debug setting that miraculously improves texture quality". I'd like to explain the background and the underlying facts. Firstly though, let's establish a couple of facts. There is no magic button or debug setting to improve the resolution or quality of all textures. There is no way to display textures of a resolution greater than 1024x1024 in Second Life So what is all this muttering about and is there any substance to it? The "muttering" stems from some investigation by @Frenchbloke Vanmoer that was published