- Sep 8, 2022
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I was thinking the same thing so I tried an assortment of different colors but still got the same effect. I also removed every plugin I had except these lighting ones and it still happens. In fact, it's happening consistently using Shora's plugin, the Community Lighting plugin, and OCRam's plugin.@Zer0Morph what color do you use?
if you use the same color of light, its weird, but if you use a different color,
than I dont know, but that doesn't have to be the plugins fault, it can be how
WEBGL or how the lights is being made works.
which is something the plugin creator cannot fix if that would be the case.
it's hard to tell how to solve it though and/or if it happens as well if you use
a different color.
It's strange, but the glowing circle appears to have 2 parts to it, a large circle where the color is displayed properly, and an inner smaller circle close to the player, where it conflicts with other forms of lighting from the same plugin.
I've tried for the past 3 days to make the lights just display one solid color, but so far I've been out of luck.
Edit: On a side note, when I tint the screen using the plugin, to anything WITH color (as opposed to black or white to make the screen darker or brighter), the player generated light and other event lights emit the green glow immediately around the source, as in the inner circle I was talking about before.
This doesn't happen when using a monochrome based tint, however.