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    What Is LOD And How Can I Get Rid Of It?

    Hmm, strange. If verifying the files doesn't work, I'd probably check to see if your video drivers are up to date. Are you using an older computer? Perhaps your hard-drive is having issues loading the textures or something like that.
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    what happen to me..

    It's probably from one of the mods you're running. Unfortunately though, I'm not sure which mod makes a symbol like that. What exactly were you doing when this happened? Did you press anything specific etc.?
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    What Is LOD And How Can I Get Rid Of It?

    You don't need to worry about LoD. It's when the game replaces textures and the model with a lower resolution version at a distance so you don't lag like crazy. What you're experiencing sounds like a run of the mill graphics issue. I would try verifying the integrity of the game files on steam, if you haven't tried that already. Some game files may be corrupt. Here's how to do that (if you don't already know how): 1. Go to your Steam games library 2. Right click on ArmA 3 3. Click "Properties" 4. Go to the "Local Files" tab 5. Click "Verify integrity of game files" On a side note, are you using an AMD graphics card by any chance? Most of my buddies who have graphical issues on ArmA tend to be using AMD cards.
  4. Just after the apex release, I was working on a mission and decided to place some campfires, but soon realized during a test play-through that they were very dim, this pretty much ruined the immersion since it was quite reliant on campfires. Months later it dawned on me that it wasn't actually that the lights from the campfires are dim, rather its that somehow the light source its self is positioned a meter or two above the campfire (in the air), thus making it appear like the fire is emitting a dim light, when it really isn't. This is very apparent when placing campfires/fireplaces next to buildings. This happens with any object that can be lit with the "inflame" command. Let me show you: Here's a picture of a painfully dim campfire Looks dim, but not too horrible, right? Here's a picture of the same campfire next to a building Whoa, did you see that? Lets take a closer inspection. As you can see, the campfire appears dim, but it is in fact not. The light source is somehow defying the laws of physics and floating above the fire, fracturing my already fragile sense of reality. That's some inception level fuckery right there, boys and girls. In all seriousness though, I made a feedback ticket over a year ago concerning this issue, but have yet to receive any answers. I've since embarked on a long quest to find others who suffer from the fireplace curse, but to no avail. Every google search comes up with jack, to my disappointment. So here's where my rambling ends and I leave you with an important question: Is anyone else experiencing this issue, or is my game just hell-bent on trolling me?
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    Veteran mod (VTN) - announcement and WIP

    Hey guys, I've been following VTN since ArmA 2 and always enjoyed your work. Just wanted to say; I discovered that when you shoot people who are inside vehicles, it always results in either an insta kill or them being critically wounded (Unconscious, heavy bleeding, pale skin etc). Bullet proof vests do not seem to work when inside a vehicle either, as far as I can tell. Also the IBA vest doesn't seem to offer any protection. Would be great to see this fixed. Cheers!