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Old 08-25-2007, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default [Help!] Static Bushes(not under/overgrowth) not rendering until VERY close.

I have been struggling with this for a long time. And it is very bothersome.

It also happens with my undergrowth (as well as boshes that I have placed by hand).

What happens is while driving along the road where the bushes are on the side of, the bushes render at most to maybe... 20/25 meters out and slowly "grow" as you get closer. Grass also does this from the distance of across the street. its odd seeing grass grow before your eyes and it does it at such a short distance it is very annoying and distracting, etc.

Is there an option to change this? is it easy to fix? I dont need MEGA grass render distance, but id like some...

help? i looked on bf2 editor forums, nothing was ever explained or solved... just wondering if you R guys would know... or anyone else...

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Old 08-25-2007, 04:29 PM   #2
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the bushes where a proof of concept and should not be used due to there LOD issue.

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bushesnot, close, rendering, static, under or overgrowth
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