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Deimos not eclipsed by Mars [SOLVED]
AtmoscatDate: Wednesday, 12.06.2013, 15:40 | Message # 1
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Can anyone confirm this? Any quick solution possible or up to next version?




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Edited by Atmoscat - Wednesday, 12.06.2013, 16:36
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 12.06.2013, 16:11 | Message # 2
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Atmoscat, you should have posted this in the bug reports thread.

Also, I don't have this bug. Deimos is properly eclipsed by Mars for me.





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AtmoscatDate: Wednesday, 12.06.2013, 16:36 | Message # 3
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Ah, sorry for that HarbingerDawn.

Update: I feel stupid now, but for whatever reason, in the Graphics options interface, Eclipse shadows was unticked!
Ticking that box solved my problem instantly.
Interestingly enough, Phobos seems to get eclipsed by Mars, even when Eclipse shadows are disabled. I followed Phobos on a few of its orbits and watched the eclipse, then went to Deimos only to see it reflecting sunlight all the way through Sol eclipsed by Mars.





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Edited by Atmoscat - Wednesday, 12.06.2013, 16:37
 
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