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The procedural tile texture with bump doesn't work properly with the hybrid engine.

The top image is Path Tracer, the bottom one is Hybrid.

It works fine if there is no bump.

Incidentally, should the bump value be positive or negative to make the lines recessed?

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This never worked very well-- it's not scale invariant.  We've had trouble with both engines-- I would avoid it until I get a chance to rework it.  No clue which direction looks recessed.

this problem was mentioned before. see this link. It really should be fixed because de procedural tile can be a great tool. By the way, the bump value must be positive  to make the joints recessed.

Yep.  I haven't gotten to it because it's not a trivial fix.

Provided the join is dark.

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