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Extended skipdraw
#1
To enter Intermediate values. For example: 35-100: From 0 to 35 do not skip, from 35 to 100 skip. Can I implement it?
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#2
You can use up to 1000 in the UI currently, so yes?
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#3
(02-04-2018, 01:14 PM)FlatOut Wrote: You can use up to 1000 in the UI currently, so yes?

From 0 to 1000 if more accurate. Intermediate values are of interest, for example: only 500-1000, and 0-500 without affecting. This would allow to disable only ''unnecessary'' effects, without breaking the rest of the graphics
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#4
No, that is not possible.
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#5
You can add higher values in the gui but the next time you reopen the hw hacks gui it will reset back to 1000. Alternatively you can edit the ini as well.

Note: I have a pending PR that increases the limit to 10000.
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#6
Try this: [attachment=65611]

Edit the GSdx.ini and add UserHacks_SkipDraw_Offset above UserHacks_SkipDraw.
For 35-100 try:
UserHacks_SkipDraw_Offset = 35
UserHacks_SkipDraw = 65

Not sure how well it works, so please report the results. Tongue2
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(02-04-2018, 02:45 PM)lightningterror Wrote: You can add higher values in the gui but the next time you reopen the hw hacks gui it will reset back to 1000. Alternatively you can edit the ini as well.

Note: I have a pending PR that increases the limit to 10000.

This is good news! But you seem to me not quite understand. I meant skipping a certain number of draws, and not all from 0 to a given value. It is a great pity that I can not explain to you what I mean because of poor knowledge of English. Sad
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#8
(02-04-2018, 02:59 PM)FlatOut Wrote: Try this:

Edit the GSdx.ini and add UserHacks_SkipDraw_Offset above UserHacks_SkipDraw.
For 35-100 try:
UserHacks_SkipDraw_Offset = 35
UserHacks_SkipDraw = 65

Not sure how well it works, so please report the results. Tongue2

Unfortunately my processor does not support avx2.
But I think you understood me correctly! Is it not possible to assemble under sse4/avx1?
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#9
(02-04-2018, 03:10 PM)Ivan89el Wrote: Unfortunately my processor does not support avx2.
But I think you understood me correctly! I will definitely check it when I buy a new PC

I was expecting an answer like that 50-50 Tongue

Give the guy SSE4 Tongue
CPU: I3-4160 3.6GHZ
Motherboard: Asrock B85M - DGS
RAM: Hyper X Savage 2x8GB 1.6GHZ cl9
GPU: Asus AMD Radeon R7 360 OC 2GB GDDR5
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64bit
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#10
Here's a SSE2 plugin, to be sure it works for everyone. Tongue2 [attachment=65612]
I added a UI option, so no need for ini adjustments. Wink
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