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Are those really 2K textures?

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Hey guys,

I am just wondering if something is wrong with my installation:

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Settings:

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Is there a way to manually insert the textures?

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Parts of that panel are lower resolution than others, but they do look a bit clearer here. What happens if you adjust your texture filtering options?

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Does not change anything. Overhead Textures a sharp, its just that on the Picture o.O

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On 5/24/2019 at 12:47 AM, turbofandude said:

That's very strange. Do you have any texture/shader mods enabled?

Tomatoshade and REX EF

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2 minutes ago, bravomike said:

Turn off FXAA if it' enabled. Texture filtering to 16x.

FXAA is off, Filtering is @16x

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On 6/1/2019 at 5:50 PM, bravomike said:

Disable Tomatoshade. (revert to default shaders).

That did not change anything.

 

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Some of those textures still look a bit blurry in your screenshot, Collin. I don't understand why some of the textures are sharper than others on that panel. They should all be the same. For the record, low resolution textures are one of my pet hates :<_<:

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Switching from 1024x1024 textures to 2048x2048 textures solves the problem of the blurry sections of the MCP, but I am still puzzled why only sections of the panel look blurry at the 1024x1024 setting........

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