When I enter a world for few seconds everything is normal and then it goes blurry. I thought it was something to do with my laptop overheating so I let it cool but that did nothing. I was able to play for few hours normally and then this started. After Googling I found that this might be something called super secret setting, but with that, the GUI would be normal. If I go back to main menu then everything is normal again. What is causing this and how do I fix it?

I'm playing a Minecraft modpack called RLCraft 2.

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    This is a screen, not a desert, things don't get blurry when they are hot. ;) – Fabian Röling Oct 18 '19 at 12:18
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    if GPU overheats lots of weirdness can start – Marko Taht Oct 18 '19 at 13:44
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    "Weirdness" means graphical artifacts like distortion, incorrectly colored pixels, or black screens. I've never seen or heard of an overheating GPU causing things to get blurry. – Abion47 Oct 18 '19 at 20:10
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    "EDIT: This is an issue caused by the ENhanced visuals mod. Removing the mod fixes it." -> question is off-topic as tech support for modded minecraft. The fact that it is already answered does not change its off-topicness. – pppery Oct 18 '19 at 21:16

EDIT: This is an issue caused by the ENhanced visuals mod. Removing the mod fixes it.

(moved from edit by OP to question, where it doesn't belong, to an answer)

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You can see in the bottom right corner of your status-bar that you are dehydrated. Shift-Right click a water-source a bunch of times and it should become less blurry.

It's not some error, it's part of the whole dehydration mechanic of the mod-pack.

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  • No its not. It was actually a bug from enhanced visuals mod. So i removed the mod and issue went away. – Marko Taht Oct 18 '19 at 13:45
  • I don't think it's actually a bug from the mod. From what I know from playing RLcraft it's intentional. Have you tried drinking water while it was blurry? @MarkoTaht – THess Oct 18 '19 at 13:50
  • Yes. Didnt work. – Marko Taht Oct 18 '19 at 13:51

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