Graphic glitch - pink/green edges for objects at sides of screen


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Often (at mornings/evenings?) the edges of all objects obtain pink or green highlights if they're near the side of screen.  When turning to look at the same objects directly (center of screen) they look ok, but other edges get the same treatment.

See attached screenshots for illustration.


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Hi Brudaks,

If it's only happening on objects on the edges of the screen, it's a visual effect Hinterland uses known as chromatic aberration. It's an actual thing that happens in photography and Hinterland uses it one of their screen effects. 

More info here:

Perhaps @Patrick Carlson or the tech department can chime in on this as well to confirm or correct if I'm wrong?

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