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Terrain Glitch

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Whenever I get to 100 km above the surface, several 'tiles' start to sort of slide across Kerbin. It only happens above 100 km. Here is a video: 

 Note: I am using KSP version 1.4.5.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Edit: It sometimes makes the entire peninsula under the space center slide along with the ocean tiles.

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Do you have any mods installed? More specifically visual enhancement mods? It could be that. Otherwise it could simply be a graphical glitch with your game. 

Also, does it appear in your other save files (separate games)? 

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I have this when I abuse the textures and exhausts the VRAM of my video card. Sometimes, I even recognize some bits of the image from other opened windows. :)

use the texture compression setting from Settings from the Main Menu. It helped for me.

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11 hours ago, The_Cat_In_Space said:

Do you have any mods installed? More specifically visual enhancement mods? It could be that. 

It's a completely stock install.

11 hours ago, The_Cat_In_Space said:

Also, does it appear in your other save files (separate games)? 

It appears in every 1.4.5 install and save. Not sure about other versions though.

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This has been attributed before to the Scatterer mod, but obviously in a stock install that can't be the case. Apparently it's not a harmless graphical glitch either: those floating squares have been reported to actually collide with ships, or missing squares causing ships to explode when trying to land.

Scatterer may have just triggered it faster, but perhaps it's something underlying the stock game after all?

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