Aliasing at high altitude

After the introduction of 3D buildings I noticed that at high altitude FL300 there is a noticeable black outline around the aircraft that causes aliasing but below FL050 and on the ground it goes away , anybody else having this problem .

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What steps have you taken to try and solve the issue to ensure it’s not an issue on your end?

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Clear cache , delete app reinstall app , tablet S7 and IPad air 3 max settings both with same issue , I don’t think the problem is at my end .

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I don’t quite understand what you mean and I probably haven’t experienced anything to do with black outlines. Could you maybe send a screenshot of what you’re experiencing to better represent the issue at hand?

Strange thing is I can not replicate this on my phone samsung galaxy A71 , will have to do some more testing later at home , thanks for the help 👍

Do you mean this problem?

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here a more detailed one … you can see some black edges to the aircraft. I have that problem since the clouds and buildings came out in infinite flight

Yes , the first picture looks like what I got , it is specially more noticeable with the blue ocean in the background.

Well, this problem has been around for a long time.

I think this is a issue most users have to deal with. I suspect this is related to the cloud / athmosphere layer system. The aircraft needs a mask which prevent the clouds and athmosphere to not „cut“ through the plane and therefore being visible insight the cockpit, as an example. That’s what I personally assume. Despite that, it’s something which is acceptable imo.

I was just wondering why is it that at low altitude and on the ground it goes away 🤔

I have no idea about that either

It might just be the contrast. You see black outlines much easier on white clouds than on a dark taxiway pavement. It’s just a thought tho 🤷🏼‍♂️

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