Holes in the world with Bliss shaders

I've tried using Bliss overdraw setting but it requires disabling specular water reflections or it will look ugly Are there any other methods or will we get them in the future?
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The problem was in the Better chunk loading mod by someaddon
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TheNewSky
TheNewSky2mo ago
As far as I know there’s not really much you can do unless you’re fine with turning down the overdraw prevention distance and having the LODs overlap with regular chunks Plus that should only happen when moving fast enough that your pc can’t keep up
Romkar
Romkar2mo ago
I'm fine with overlapping but it creates a weird shadow line effect on the water (+ i can sometimes see the water through the ground) and it's fixable only by making it non-reflective which sadly looks bad I don't know about the pc, I have quite a beefy setup (for minecraft at least haha) and the issue is only present with the shader. Also those chunks were generated already, they shouldn't take that long to render
TheNewSky
TheNewSky2mo ago
What cpu do you have?
Romkar
Romkar2mo ago
i5-12600KF Maybe some optimization/fix mods do this kind of stuff, I'll test
Miki_P98
Miki_P982mo ago
Contact the shader dev, DH devs can't do anything if you turn the shaders off, the overdraw prevention is a 0 to 1 value, so you can tune it to 0.9 or 0.333 Shaders can do this to, but they choose not to
Solution
Romkar
Romkar2mo ago
The problem was in the Better chunk loading mod by someaddon
Romkar
Romkar2mo ago
After removing it the chunks load at an acceptable rate and the holes are gone