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atrodler

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Excellent thanks. I need to add that line correct? Or am I toggling a switch from 1 to 0? If I need to add it, where do I write that into the preset?
I may be able to skirt the issue altogether if I can’t fix it. It seems to happen with blurred reflections on large open surfaces.

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Accurate shadows is a way of (predictably) more accurately modelling shadows on complex curved surfaces. It's effectively a flag in the form of a binary switch, which is off or on.
To turn it on, you use a value of 1.

You can add it in the first half dozen lines of the preset.

Don't forget to increase the geometry smoothing angle though. The effect you are seeing shouldn't happen, so I wonder if it's a small smoothing angle...

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Toggled the accurate shadow setting to 1. That was easy.
I'm not sure where the other line of the code is. referring to the geometry smoothing angle. I'm using the exterior veg preset 1.0.5.

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The geometry smoothing angle is in SU [wink]
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final!
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