Beach wave effect in 4.5

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rsubers2
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Beach wave effect in 4.5

Postby rsubers2 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:37 pm

I have P3d 4.5.12.30293. It appears that beach wave effects are disabled. Is that true in general or do I have a settings problem?

rsubers2
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Re: Beach wave effect in 4.5

Postby rsubers2 » Sun Jun 30, 2019 12:57 am

Never mind, it just takes a few minutes to kick in.

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Re: Beach wave effect in 4.5

Postby AnkH » Tue Jul 09, 2019 6:56 am

To me, they are perma-disabled, I hovered now for several seconds over a beach (close to YPEC, Australia v2 from ORBX) and they did not appear. Also not elsewhere in the world. How do I get them back?
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Mike Sierra
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Re: Beach wave effect in 4.5

Postby Mike Sierra » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:27 pm

"Some seconds" are not "some minutes" ;o)
The shore waves ARE added as the last thing to a scenery.
What, if you reduce your autogen density - or set it to 0?
Then the waves should come quicklier.

I also sometimes thought that I had 'lost' the shore waves, until I noticed that I have to cruise in circles over the same beach for several _minutes_, until the waves show up...

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