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    Scene disapearence...

    Hi everyone,

    I'm in a project where I have to draw a large world... At the moment I'm only creating several line loops but when I move around the world some of the lines disapear and re-apear...

    Can someone give me some advice on this matter?

    Thanks in advance,

    Makinis.
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    Re: Scene disapearence...

    You will have to provide some more information, or code if you want help with that.

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    Re: Scene disapearence...

    z-fighting?
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    Re: Scene disapearence...

    Hi everyone,

    First of all, thank you for answering...

    @remdul -> What code do you want me to post?

    @Jan -> I'm gonna check on z-fighting
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    Re: Scene disapearence...

    This is how it looks like...



    Then I move a bit to the right and,



    Hope this helps...

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Scene disapearence...

    Hi everyone,

    Managed to solve it... The problem was that I had a too small zNear clipping value...

    Sorry if I made you waste your time and thank you

    Makinis.
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