I'll perhaps do a bit more detailed post tomorrow but for now this will do.
If you are working on a plot where the lidar data has extended it bigger than normal, just be careful (and more aware obviously than I was of what's going on all around your course) if you decide to delete any of those trees that are actually off the edge of the plot but you can still select them as normal - especially if you are using any splines near the edges also.
The result if you do, and don't notice what has happened before you save and exit the game for a few hours, is that you come back to something that resembles this.......
Various weird stuff like that with textures and splines all over the place ! What is shown above was the main one but in total I found 3 or 4 similar issues (but on a smaller scale) all over the course in places that I'm still not really sure how they all related to each other. That, combined with how I have done the splines (so I can have the rough textures in the way I want), made it a lot tougher to figure out how it had happened......it only took me about 4 hours " src="//storage.proboards.com/forum/images/smiley/superangry.png">
(ok I wasn't just doing that for four hours but still.........)
TGC 2019 Courses : Real Club Valderrama The Belfry - The Brabazon The Belfry - Brabazon RC Valle de los Reyes (Ballesteros) - with Scarpacci TGC1/TGC2 Courses created : Oakmere Golf Club Rivington Hall Golf Club Dunholme Manor Golf & CC Douro Valley Par 3 Douro Valley Resort Herons' Reach Golf Links