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23 Jun 2017 06:24

thanks rodrigo! looks awesome. working well with my beta version too! :)
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26 Jun 2017 12:03

Why do most places when on surface look spikey? It makes it not look good, or makes it look weird.
Mostly everywhere i look is fully loaded in.
I have a screenshot
Is the reason because i have 1K Worlds installed?
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06 Jul 2017 22:25

Thanks again Rodrigo!
 
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08 Jul 2017 14:05

SpaceNer wrote:
Why do most places when on surface look spikey? It makes it not look good, or makes it look weird.
Mostly everywhere i look is fully loaded in.
I have a screenshot
Is the reason because i have 1K Worlds installed?

Noted
I uploaded a new version to tone it down.
Also reworked the rivers, check it out and give some feedback!
 
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09 Jul 2017 09:39

Where is the new version?
 
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09 Jul 2017 11:06

SpaceNer wrote:
Source of the post Where is the new version?

Look in the second post.
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09 Jul 2017 16:13

With the new river code, rivers on some planets are affected by the "mirage" bug where very shallow bodies of water dry up as you approach them.
 
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10 Jul 2017 13:38

Terrain is still spikey...
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10 Jul 2017 15:21

SpaceNer, do you only see spiky terrain on the walls of canyons?
 
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11 Jul 2017 07:37

No, I see them on mountains or hills.
 
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11 Jul 2017 20:14

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think some of the spikiness is an intentional part of the design. There's plenty of spiky rock forms here on Earth too, for example.
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12 Jul 2017 02:11

SpaceNer, to try to understand if there's a problem and if it's indeed related to mods you have, you could provide also the position and name of the planet you're visiting, by attaching screenshots captured with Ctrl+F11.
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12 Jul 2017 13:42

It's not just one, planet, its basically ALL planets.
 
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12 Jul 2017 13:58

Then I suggest you to rename temporarily your addons folder, revert 1K Worlds mod and create a new addons folder where you can place only Rodrigo's mod, and see if one of your previous visited planets has changed or it's still "spiky".
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13 Jul 2017 17:37

Sigh... yes, this "spikiness"is intentional, it´s there to simulate rocks, although in some places (basically near the rivers origin) they become too prominent.  There are ways to address this, but they kill the rock effect everywere, so I prefer do keep them.
I've made some changes to tone them down, but it's not completely gone.
If you want a version WITHOUT the rocks, try the file posted on the second comment

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