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BBJ - Blurry Panels

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    BBJ - Blurry Panels

    Hello,

    Thank you so much for the BBJ, its great!

    However I do have an issue with blurry panels in the VC. If you look at the display selector and autobrake panel the writing is washed out.

    Any ideas what this could be?

    Cheers,

    James Lees
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    James Lees

    #2
    It's a known bug. Not sure why it hasn't been fixed before release. I'll forward it again to the developers.

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      #3
      This has been fixed for the upcoming update
      Chris Makris (Olympic260)
      PMDG Technical Support
      http://www.pmdg.com

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        #4
        Thank you!

        James Lees

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          #5
          All of the letters on my "gray" panels in all PMDG aircraft virtual cockpits are somewhat blurry...readable, but blurry. Will this update fix those, too? The letters on the computer displays are quite sharp.

          Or, is there a graphics setting that will make the panels more readable. I have mipmap off.

          Thanks.
          Dick Parker (Joined 2002 not 2019)
          Northeast Ohio USA
          Win 10, RTX 2080 Ti
          P3D V5 HF2, ORBX

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            #6
            Originally posted by drdickie View Post
            All of the letters on my "gray" panels in all PMDG aircraft virtual cockpits are somewhat blurry...readable, but blurry. Will this update fix those, too? The letters on the computer displays are quite sharp.

            Or, is there a graphics setting that will make the panels more readable. I have mipmap off.

            Thanks.
            I've done nothing unusual to see crisp no blur lettering on the NGXu panels. There is a line in the prepare3d.cfg file that sets the VC resolution, ensure that is set to 4096.
            Dan Downs KCRP
            i7-10700K 32GB 3600MHz 2080Ti

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              #7
              Originally posted by drdickie View Post
              All of the letters on my "gray" panels in all PMDG aircraft virtual cockpits are somewhat blurry...readable, but blurry. Will this update fix those, too? The letters on the computer displays are quite sharp.

              Or, is there a graphics setting that will make the panels more readable. I have mipmap off.

              Thanks.
              Most likely not. But since it's a different issue please open your own threat and make sure to post some screenshots in it as well.

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