Do you have any add-ons in your Community folder? If yes, please remove and retest before posting.
No. Are you using Developer Mode or made changes in it?
No. Brief description of the issue:
Uluru floats on top of its low-resolution terrain bump. Teleports back to ground level at close approach (tried to clip under the rock), which is fun. Provide Screenshot(s)/video(s) of the issue encountered:
Attached a tiny clip and a screenshot.
Detail steps to reproduce the issue encountered:
(edit) Max LOD. Flew towards Uluru from East. Same happened when circled around from the West. Did you submit this to Zendesk? If so, what is your ticket #?
99992 (edit: marked as solved in Zendesk)
Well, to me it looks like the separate Uluru model is sitting on the elevation model (instead of being fixed in lat, long and geocentric height), and the elevation model changes according to terrain LOD under the Uluru model. You can see the elevation model being refined to flat approaching the rock, and when the terrain goes flat under the centroid of the Uluru model, the rock comes down to level. The rock itself doesn’t look like to have a visible LOD jump - unless the LOD models are centered differently as well… and of course it’s a bit hard to see 1-to-1 changes when the rock jumps several hundreds of meters .
Bug was marked as solved some 20+ days ago in Zendesk, but is still there, after a couple of updates. Vegetation has disappeared, though, and the initial LOD jump as mentioned in other threads is stillt there as well
Just flew past today and Uluru was fine at a distance but then went the weird doubled-up when I was within a few NM and when I got further away it was fine again. After landing at YAYE I could see Uluru as normal.