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Graphical Problem

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by Tyrant, 9 February 2007.

  1. Tyrant

    Tyrant Die Hard

    2 February 2006
    At some stadiums the goals look very weird in play mode.. There's a white 'mist' in the nets.. It shouldn't be there, because it didn't was there before.

    Pic: [​IMG]

    Does anyone know how to fix this? It's very annoying.. :(
     
  2. Tyrant

    Tyrant Die Hard

    2 February 2006
    Anyone?
     
  3. shawminator

    shawminator League 1

    16 June 2004
    the white mist is bad transparency, which stadiums are u referering to and are they made by rhino?

    try opening the main bin file and replacing the nets with better transparent ones.
     
  4. jflores

    jflores Diegoooooooool!

    25 April 2002
    Centreville, VA (USA)
    FCB
    What stadium is that pic from?
     
  5. Tyrant

    Tyrant Die Hard

    2 February 2006
    Hmm, this is de Kuip, but I have it on a lot stadiums! About 75% has it. LODmixer is all one 1, grahics to the max.. :/

    On some stadiums the grass is also very plain. If I zoom in I can see the grass texture very well, but while playing it is all plain green. :/
     
  6. footyfan

    footyfan Pornaddict!

    13 December 2002
    are u using an ati graphics card?
     
  7. Tyrant

    Tyrant Die Hard

    2 February 2006
    GeForce 6600 GT, nVidia.
     
  8. footyfan

    footyfan Pornaddict!

    13 December 2002
    not sure then sorry
     
  9. Tyrant

    Tyrant Die Hard

    2 February 2006
    Can I change the goals myself with AFS explorer or something? So I can install a net that does work in my favorite stadiums?
     

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