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    请问ND面板出现水波纹现象怎么解决
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    #2
    Originally posted by xuguoxing View Post
    请问ND面板出现水波纹现象怎么解决

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    https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...pdated-25feb19

    Please write in English as you ll have more chances to get assistance.
    Chris Makris (Olympic260)
    PMDG Technical Support
    http://www.pmdg.com

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    • ctruong183
      ctruong183 commented
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      Chris,

      Probably next time he will paste the Chinese question into Google Translate to English.
      It is going to be interesting to see if we can decipher the translation.

      .

      Cheers,
      Chris

    #3
    Translation is:


    How to solve the water ripple phenomenon on the ND panel

    I think on the screenshot there is a cross-hatched pattern on the black parts of the displays

    If you mean a water effect (not what appears in the photo) then there is the option to select of deselect water shown as cyan in

    Set Up/Aircraft/Equipment/page 19/19 TERR: Water as CYAN

    As I say I think he is asking something else and I will defer to someone with more graphics knowledge

    Adrian Howe

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    • Michael Codd
      Michael Codd commented
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      The effect appears to be some sort of uniform interference across all of the image when zoomed close in. It might be being caused by his graphics card driver or his graphics settings.

    #4
    But then again, you are both guessing.
    And not responding in Chinese 😅
    René Moelaert EHLE

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    • Michael Codd
      Michael Codd commented
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      新年快乐 René……

    #5
    Originally posted by Fleng200 View Post
    But then again, you are both guessing.
    And not responding in Chinese 😅
    I mean, to be fair, it would be difficult to expect all of us to know every single language anyhow, hence why it's requested that people post in English.
    Captain Kevin

    Kevin Yang

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      #6
      LOL. I know some who are not too competent in their first language.
      Victor Green

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        #7
        Originally posted by Lanica View Post
        LOL. I know some who are not too competent in their first language.
        Sadly, I am one of those, and I ONLY speak one language.
        Captain Kevin

        Kevin Yang

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          #8
          Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
          Sadly, I am one of those, and I ONLY speak one language.
          Well Kevin, as long as we get the message across is what matters and you do a grand job of that when it comes to helping other folks here.
          Victor Green

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            #9
            Originally posted by Lanica View Post
            Well Kevin, as long as we get the message across is what matters and you do a grand job of that when it comes to helping other folks here.
            To be fair, you wouldn't really notice because if I mess something up whilst typing something, I can just hit backspace and retype it, and I can look it over before hitting the post button to see if it makes sense. Actually talking to people, on the other hand, is a different story since I can't exactly backspace my mouth.
            Captain Kevin

            Kevin Yang

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            • Lanica
              Lanica commented
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              I understand fully. When I was an Air Traffic Controller I could burn the airways like a machine no problem but face to face was a different story. I guess it was the sense of anonymity.
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