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[BUG?] Final Fantasy X
#1
I keep getting this like double effect or something and it's driving me crazy. I've seen a very mild case of this on some other games but it's the most prominent in FFX. Is there any way to fix this?

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#2
use native internal res or try to raise upscaling
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#3
Nope. Just tried Native and upscaling 2x - 6x and it doesn't change.
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#4
It's not a bug. The effect is part of the game itself, present even on the PS2. It's just more apparent in PCSX2.
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#5
indeed, you don't have a lovely cathode ray television blurring it out for you ;p
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#6
Don't worry about that. I was courious, too. Bug or not, this blurr efect almost disapears as the game continues. And if you get crazy about this little thingie, don't ever dare to play Devil May Cry 3 Laugh In that case it obviously IS a bug.
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#7
You have to set the Skipdraw Hack to "1" in Gsdx plugin. It's a secret hack, so you have to write "allowHacks=1" in "GSdx.ini" to be able to see it.
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(02-03-2011, 11:19 PM)masterotaku Wrote: You have to set the Skipdraw Hack to "1" in Gsdx plugin. It's a secret hack, so you have to write "allowHacks=1" in "GSdx.ini" to be able to see it.

Oh my god it's gone! TYVM!
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