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Arc the lad: Twilight of Spirit Bug/help request
#1
I searched through the forum and couldnt find a thread that was relevant to the problem im having that wasn't for a super old version of the emulator, so im hoping someone can give me some help for the latest version, which im running.

First. Computer specs

Cpu: quad core amd 3 ghz
8 gigs DDR3 ram
Ati Radeon 5840
Windows 7

The problem i have is during the opening cutscene most of the screen has transparent white squares across it, like most of the scenary is tinted white, and when the game itself starts at the swordfight at the beginning characters and certain parts of background objects are tinted white as well, like their color's faded.

im running it on Directx11 hardware and the game runs at a flawless 55-60 FPS.

When i switch it to Directx11 Software, the strange coloration dissapears and the game looks normal, but my FPS drops down to around 20-30

Apparently its a somewhat Known bug, but again the limited mentions of it i could find were outdated, and honestly im not exactly the most savvy when it comes to the heavy technical stuff of the emulator, so id apreciate it if anyone had an answer or fix they could dumb it down for me <_<

I'd <3 you forever if you can help

Quick edit: It seems to only happen in certain areas as well. In the area where you first gain control of the character, the white tinting is on a bunch of things in the environment including the characters, but upon going inside of a nearby house everything looks normal, then upon going back outside everything is that weird white tint again.
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#2
Known issue, and you already got the known solution (use software mode in GSdx).
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#3
(08-24-2011, 02:48 AM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Known issue, and you already got the known solution (use software mode in GSdx).

Well the problem is when i use software mode the game becomes unplayably slow. 50% fps on average. i was wondering if there was an alternative fix that didnt hemmorage my FPS, or a way to make software mode Not kill fps?
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#4
Maybe later it will be fixed correctly or hackfixed but for now that's what is available as a fix (software mode I mean).
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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