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[0.9.7] Pixalated Letters on Wild Arms Alter Code: F

Actually, I had this same problem on FFX, but it wasn't that bad as it is on Wild Arms AC:F.

The problem is:

You're probably seeing the letters with a lot of crap around it...

I've already tried everything (I think) to fix this, but the only way I found was to use "Native" resolution on graphics plugin, but it makes the game look like *****, as you can see here:

There's is a way to fix the letters without breaking the game graphics?

I get the better quality/performance using this settings:

My PC configuration is:

Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 2.9GHz
2gb RAM
ATI Radeon HD 5700
Windows 7 - 64 bits
(I get 60 fps with the best graphics on the most parts of every game)

I would appreciate a fix for this Tongue

Thanks in advance =)

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Have you tried using D3D internal resolution instead of scaling?

Also, I think the "Texture filtering" should be a filled in box, not a check.
For the question, yes, it makes the graphics worse and makes no difference to the letters.

And for the Texture filtering, I don't know Tongue Maybe it's a filled box on the 0.9.6 version.
Dude, I'm just telling you "Texture filtering" is a box by default with 0.9.7. Rolleyes
From my test, it seems that you can't fix it by changing gs settings(changing texture filtering wont work, nor will using alpha, half pixel and skipdraw hack work). This is likely to be the side effect of scaling, so you can either live with it or play the game at native resolution.
AMD Athlon II 245 @ 3.55ghz, 9600GT @730mhz 1115mhz, vista sp2 32bit
Exactly. This game has one of the worst cases of pixel alignment trickery I know of.
It won't scale nicely without very special hacks made extra for this.
Well... I though so, cause I've already tried everything and couldn't fix.

But what bugs me is that I researched a lot before posting here, and nobody complained about it before. So everyone plays with native resolution? o_O

Thanks for the answers Wink

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