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I'm having a serious problem in my project. The drawing has two parallel plans. When I zoom out it appears an horrible effect. THE PLANES SEEMS TO MIX. The effect reduces when the distance between the planes is high, but the problem remains. How to eliminate this undesirable effect? Please.....Help....S.O.S.... Thanks

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It sounds like you're falling foul of Z-Buffering problems: specifically, z fighting, where the values of two separate triangles in the z buffer become the same or very close and the rasterizer can't tell them apart.

I advise you to take a read of Learning to Love your Z-Buffer. It'll explain the issue and some possible solutions.

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