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Strange problem after upgraded RX 560 driver

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Hello to everyone,

I updated the graphics card driver (Radeon Rx 560) to the latest version 18.6.1 and I noticed that if I activate the antialias filter and shoot with a weapon, when it creates the bulletmark or the wooden decals it also shows me a white line diagonal on the screen (Photo 2) and white line on the wall(Photo 2a). If the antialias filter is disabled, it does not happen. If I go back to the old version of the graphics card drivers (17.12), this does not happen( Photo 1). Anybody encountered this problem?

PHOTO 2

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Photo 2a

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PHOTO 1

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Perhaps this is related to this problem posted here: 

 

But also there were some possible problems with the material files being used. Can you post the bullethole decal's material file and screenshot of the texture's settings?

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Thank you for your answer.

The material and texture of the bulletmark are the default ones, which you can find in Materals / Decals. I also noticed that with the new drivers some resolution, like the 1360x768, have disappeared.
This is the first time that this happens to me after almost a thousand hours of using leadwerks.
I do not know if it can be useful for you but I use the Luawerks script.
Excuse me for my english but I'm using the google translator.

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Now I tried to install version 18.2.1 and with this driver it works all regularly. Perhaps the 18.6.1 that are "optional", have some kind of problem.

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Thank you Josh,this answer has solved the problem.Thanks to you and   macklebee   for the time you have dedicated to me.

 

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