Water surfaces look grey [1.41] [June 2023]

Why have any scenery at all then? Just a road with no surroundings as none of the other stuff makes any difference to those things.


We can ask the same about the title music and the pairing screen. :crazy_face:

We all want something different, but in the end we all want Zwift to be the best it can be. .


Yeah, I agree.

Is it the biggest issue? No. Should people point things out that used to be fine and now aren’t? Yes.


There’s title music?

Exactly. Obviously this isn’t the biggest issue in Zwift, but it doesn’t mean people should not report a bug because it’s minor or doesn’t affect their training.

I didn’t even notice the title music was missing, because I disabled it since my first day in Zwift. But did you see me going to the topic about missing title music and writing “does it matter” or “it doesn’t affect my riding”? No.

Yes, I was being sarcastic.


Yes it will. Gray water means gray sky, which usually appears when it is raining and therefore colder. Colder means denser air, which gives you a higher drag and makes it harder to move. I guess a ramp test is based off watts, not speed, though… but the colder air would compress your (virtual) drivetrain slightly, affecting your watt reading slightly. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
:joy: Just being smart-alecky

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UPDATE June 28
Zwift version 1.43 resolves this issue, and is rolling out in phases over the next couple of days. Please update when it’s available to you.


And, on my Apple Mac M2 Mini, the ‘water’ in Watopia looks positively METALLIC! Creepy looking surface feature. shrug