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    Default shadow anomoly

    why would 2 views (levl 1 & Level 2) with identical shadow settings & view range settings
    project different shadow lengths on the ground plane, I can't find a parameter that might be different for one of the views, any ideas?

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    Default Re: shadow anomoly

    Are Level 1 and Level 2 are at different elevations above the ground plane ?
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    Default Re: shadow anomoly

    Check this setting for both views...
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    Default Re: shadow anomoly

    yes the ground plane is at the same level in both views, give it a try

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