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Interesting UNwashed/Washed texture problem

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I have noticed with several vehicles by different creators that when the vehicle moves to a dirty state, certain things disappear under an opaque texture.

 

For example, on the Los_Santos_County_Sheriff_Pack_V1, in the FBI2 Tahoe, the windows around the vehicle become solid, and you can no longer see the interior light bars and side lighting.

On the Challenger Hellcat, the rear running lights disappear behind this texture, on the Chargers, it's the solid LED running light that encompasses the rear lights.

 

If I open the LSPDFR console, and "WASH" it, the window become see-through again, and all the lighting that disappeared shows up again, at least until the vehicle becomes dirty again.

 

It's driving me bonkers. Any ideas?

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12 hours ago, Antix70 said:

I have noticed with several vehicles by different creators that when the vehicle moves to a dirty state, certain things disappear under an opaque texture.

 

For example, on the Los_Santos_County_Sheriff_Pack_V1, in the FBI2 Tahoe, the windows around the vehicle become solid, and you can no longer see the interior light bars and side lighting.

On the Challenger Hellcat, the rear running lights disappear behind this texture, on the Chargers, it's the solid LED running light that encompasses the rear lights.

 

If I open the LSPDFR console, and "WASH" it, the window become see-through again, and all the lighting that disappeared shows up again, at least until the vehicle becomes dirty again.

 

It's driving me bonkers. Any ideas?

 

This is something a lot of vehicles deal with.  There are some where dirt isn't an issue at all, and you can have a dirty car with properly functioning light textures..  The only fix is disabling dirt completely or deleting the dirt texture in the .ytd.  In some cases, the vehicle may have a window dirt texture, which you can delete and that'll solve the issue while still letting the car be dirty.

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