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One last thing XD
#1
I hope this is the last thing I need help with XD

I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix "layering".

Here's my issue:



As you see [in the first image], there's 2 "images". There's obviously another 'behind' the one here in front.

   

In the Second you can see clearly this new one that's supposed to be in front but...

   

The first remains in front.

   

I wondered if there was a fix or specific plugin for these issues, or if this was beyond PCSX2's current ability, or what.

Any help D:?
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#2
Im sorry i have no idea but here is a tip, your picture links are broken.
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#3
(05-18-2010, 01:39 AM)xibenix Wrote: Im sorry i have no idea but here is a tip, your picture links are broken.

Odd, I just posted them on photobucket... I'll try to reload and repost
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#4
(05-18-2010, 01:39 AM)xibenix Wrote: Im sorry i have no idea but here is a tip, your picture links are broken.

just use the attachment function instead of linking.
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#5
Okay, updated with the attachments over the links
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#6
thats a known issued on DX9 renderer.....if you have a DX10 card use the DX10 renderer it will solve that...

*EDIT*
look my attachment as DX10 mode


Attached Files Thumbnail(s)
   
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#7
try using d3d software it may fixes your problem but you will get really low fps
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#8
(05-18-2010, 01:52 AM)tallbender Wrote: thats a known issued on DX9 renderer.....if you have a DX10 card use the DX10 renderer it will solve that...

I downloaded direct X 10, it didn't help O-o that or I keep getting the wrong thing downloaded -somehow-

And really low FPS is unbareable, I'd rather live with the fact I'd need to keep swapping sometimes to see what I'm picking...
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#9
(05-18-2010, 01:55 AM)Vartio Wrote:
(05-18-2010, 01:52 AM)tallbender Wrote: thats a known issued on DX9 renderer.....if you have a DX10 card use the DX10 renderer it will solve that...

I downloaded direct X 10, it didn't help O-o that or I keep getting the wrong thing downloaded -somehow-

And really low FPS is unbareable, I'd rather live with the fact I'd need to keep swapping sometimes to see what I'm picking...

you have to be in Vista or 7 and your graphics card is a DX10 compliant...in order to use DX10 renderer.
i forgot my screenshot i just edited on post#6
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(05-18-2010, 01:58 AM)tallbender Wrote:
(05-18-2010, 01:55 AM)Vartio Wrote:
(05-18-2010, 01:52 AM)tallbender Wrote: thats a known issued on DX9 renderer.....if you have a DX10 card use the DX10 renderer it will solve that...

I downloaded direct X 10, it didn't help O-o that or I keep getting the wrong thing downloaded -somehow-

And really low FPS is unbareable, I'd rather live with the fact I'd need to keep swapping sometimes to see what I'm picking...

you have to be in Vista or 7 and your graphics card is a DX10 compliant...in order to use DX10 renderer.
i forgot my screenshot i just edited on post#6

...You're screwin' me. God darnit isn't there a workaround to get DX10 Renderer working for older XPs? Usually people do this sort of thing as a hobby so there should be.
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