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#1
Why does it re-size the screen/navigation/character when you walk from side to side? I'm not even talking about the random red rectangle. o.o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNqCLozjF...e=youtu.be
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#2
known bug.
software mode will remove it.
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#3
This one in particular comes from custom upscaling.
Select x2 or x3 scaling to get rid of it (won't do anything to the red fog).
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#4
This is why I was looking for you on IRC the other day, thanks for the tip Tongue I started playing VP2 XD
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#5
You're welcome. Record some HD vids of the nicer locations while you're at it Wink
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#6
I'll try but I highly doubt I'll be able to record anything worthwhile, the game is crawling with gfx bugs :/
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#7
(02-07-2012, 12:54 PM)rama Wrote: This one in particular comes from custom upscaling.
Select x2 or x3 scaling to get rid of it (won't do anything to the red fog).
Ah, I see. That seems to have fixed it, but at the cost of rectangle lines. Tongue

Out of curiosity, when (if ever) will the red artifacts be fixed? I know software mode might be considerably more accurate with less bugs floating around, but it's also a lot more blurry in comparison to hw mode. I'd really like to play the whole game in hw mode because it's a lot prettier. Blush
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#8
It won't get fixed before new graphic features allow better GPU programmability.

Bosit:
What else is wrong? If found most of the game pretty much enjoyable, even with
the occasional blending problem (mostly in cutscenes).
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#9
That's very unfortunate. Would it be possible to have the CPU handle code which can't be properly emulated in hw mode? I know some games such as The Sims has something like that in order to maintain backwards compatibility with older graphic cards.
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#10
there is a hack for gsdx that can fix the red fog, but you need to modify & compile it yourself, I suggest just using it for the one scene the changing back to normal gsdx since a lot of other problems can arise from it (esp in other games)
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Bug-Repor...#pid112297

if you get weird looking vertical lines you can enable the 'alpha hack' in gsdx


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