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think dyndolod messed up

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hi there.

 

followed the guide,, and WOAA skyrim looks GREAT.

 

only 1 problem.

 i think dyndolod messed up.

alot of the mountains looks like its made of clay or sand.. then when i get near the texture changes to real mountain again.

 

any way to fix this ??

look here

XYccP

https://imgur.com/a/XYccP

 

cheers

canadus

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ok... any idea as to how i can fix this ?? it looks really ugly an totally ruins my immersion in the game.

 

 

cheers

Canadus

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That is really odd, though I could swear we solved this before. I am at work but try searching around the SR forum. :)

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Hi again.

I can find a lot of issues with trees.

But not with mountain LOD.

When you have the time I would greatly apriciate any pointers.

This is the last bug I have before everything is perfect.

Again thanks for your help and time .

Cheers

Canadus.

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hi again,,

 

just a little update

Hello, I keep getting brown LOD mountains even though i'm not using brown mountain textures and I can't seem to figure out why, has anyone else encountered this?

Are you using the mod VIGILANT? Disable it including its loose files/BSA while generating LOD or wait for next DynDOLOD version.

The mod is incompatible and yes we just discussed this couple days ago, because one other user had this too."

 

hope this helps others with the same problem

thanks for your time

Cheeres

Canadus

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