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Old 04-30-2018, 01:20 AM   #1
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Default D3D9 Glitchy Skys

I'm having an issue which has only just recently popped up, and it only seems to happen with Orbiter 2010 P1 running with the D3D9 Client (R16.5 Build). Basically, Earth's atmosphere occasionally has this pixelated film that gradually disappears as you leave the atmosphere, going away completely at around 81km in altitude. I've been using 2010 and the D3D9 client on my Windows 10 laptop for months now and this issue is just now showing up. Any ideas on a fix would be greatly appreciated.









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I had been using an earlier build of D3D9 and I upgraded to 16.5 in an attempt to fix the issue.
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Old 05-01-2018, 07:00 AM   #2
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Disregard this. I found what was causing the issue. If you set Discord to recognize your install of Orbiter with D3D9 installed, it causes this glitch.
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