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Archived Post 05-09-2012 05:17 PM

Bug: Moon is transparent on many sky domes
 
On quite a few night skies on ground maps, the moon is transparent. Can this be fixed? Do you need a list of each map that contains a transparent moon, or is this unavoidable for some reason?

Archived Post 05-09-2012 05:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kirkfat (Post 4207587)
On quite a few night skies on ground maps, the moon is transparent. Can this be fixed? Do you need a list of each map that contains a transparent moon, or is this unavoidable for some reason?

Hmm. If you give me a couple examples, that might be enough.

Thanks!

Archived Post 05-09-2012 05:47 PM

I've seen that many many times but never felt like reporting it. I always imagined it the moon texture was behind the sky texture, so the stars weren't coming through the moon, they were layered over the moon.

Archived Post 05-09-2012 06:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ZeroniusRex
Hmm. If you give me a couple examples, that might be enough.

Thanks!

Several of the ones labelled with the word "night" contain these transparent moons. Basically, if you look for a sky map, thinking "I want to make this map as dark as possible," then you will find the transparent moons within a few minutes. I hope that helps. If you want an exact sky dome name, then I'll log in and get one.

But you should find them on any sky layers that are "pitch black" with stars.

Archived Post 05-11-2012 10:25 AM

Thank you for the quick replies. Our QA guys found about 4 skies like this.

If you know there are more than 4, feel free to respond with sky names. Thanks!

Archived Post 05-11-2012 05:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ZeroniusRex
Thank you for the quick replies. Our QA guys found about 4 skies like this.

If you know there are more than 4, feel free to respond with sky names. Thanks!

4 is probably right, but I'll double-check. Thanks for the response.


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