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    Bug texture in front cockpit in L39ZA

    Soem moving texture show up on my cockpit after update Openbeta. how to fix its ?
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    #2
    Looks like a texture or shader or something did not load or got missed. Try loading the plane again.. or doing a Repair of DCS or even deleting your fxo and medadata folders in saved games.
    Good luck.
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      #3
      I have the same issue. In the back cockpit it's even worse.
      Just purchased and installed this module yesterday.
      None of the other modules has this issue (of which I have plenty). So I think it is an issue with the module...
      couldn't find a work around yet.

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        #4
        I have the same bug AFTER LAST BETA UPDATE!
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        Last edited 08-30-2020, 04:56 PM.
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        1- Operating System - win 10 pro X64
        2- CPU- intel core i5 4690
        3- RAM - DDR-3 24GB
        4- Graphics Card - Radeon RX 580
        5- Multi-monitor use : NO
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          #5
          I Already repair and reinstall module. still Bug. Its happen after update

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            #6
            Speaking of textures, there is some z-fighting going on on the lower left end of the curtain, visible from the front cockpit (about 1:30 into the video). It's been like this since the beginning, perhaps someone wants to repair this too?

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              #7
              Above Kavkaz this makes also?
              Asus B-85 Pro Gamer, i7 4790K non-oc, Asus GTX 1080 Ti, 16 GB non-oc RAM, Intel SSD 520 - 240 GB, MSFFB2, Win7 64-bit.

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