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How do I achieve authenticity?
#11
(08-19-2015, 11:21 PM)refraction Wrote: box is forced on for everything as far as I was aware, it used to be the other way around i think, or am I getting confused...

I should know, I was part of sorting that out lol

Well, it has been years. According to this, box option is the accurate ps2 behavior.
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#12
According to the change to the "Round Sprite" option

Quote:"Windows: Carries a total of three states: Unchecked (off), Checked (on for all sprites) and Shaded (on for flat sprites)";

and according to the code below which is used on that checkbox that means off is 0, checked is 1 and shaded (Filled) is 2. 2 (in the final instance) would yeild full rounding afaik.

Code:
int swap_states(int a)
{
    switch(a)
    {
        case 0: return 0;
        case 1: return 2;
        case 2: return 1;
        default: return 0; // If user's set more than 2 in ini file, set variable to 0.
    }
}
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#13
Code:
case 0: return 0;
        case 1: return 2;
        case 2: return 1;

Ridiculous swap detected. Well if the three-state-box is not a usability crime than how it is used in pcsx2. Even if you know how a three-state-box works you get tricked. Let's put radio buttons for 'ok' 'apply' and 'cancel' that fire appropriate events on click... -.-''
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#14
This is the box option:

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This is the tick option:

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You might need to right click >> view image to see it, the first one in not completely filtered while the second one is. Notice the pillow, floor and bolts on the bottom.


Quote:Ridiculous swap detected.

I think it was the other way around, then they changed it to make the medium option - half checked - as the medium filtering. It makes no sense to do the other way around.
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#15
Well, the swap only applies to the round sprite hack, therefore confusing the hell out of everyone Tongue2

Three instances of three state checkboxes:
Code:
theApp.SetConfig("filter", (int)IsDlgButtonChecked(m_hWnd, IDC_FILTER));
theApp.SetConfig("UserHacks_SpriteHack", (int)IsDlgButtonChecked(m_hWnd, IDC_SPRITEHACK));
theApp.SetConfig("UserHacks_round_sprite_offset", swap_states((int)IsDlgButtonChecked(m_hWnd, IDC_ROUND_SPRITE)));

So yeah *cough* purge three state checkboxes *cough*.
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#16
(08-20-2015, 12:02 AM)turtleli Wrote: Well, the swap only applies to the round sprite hack, therefore confusing the hell out of everyone Tongue2

Three instances of three state checkboxes:
Code:
theApp.SetConfig("filter", (int)IsDlgButtonChecked(m_hWnd, IDC_FILTER));
theApp.SetConfig("UserHacks_SpriteHack", (int)IsDlgButtonChecked(m_hWnd, IDC_SPRITEHACK));
theApp.SetConfig("UserHacks_round_sprite_offset", swap_states((int)IsDlgButtonChecked(m_hWnd, IDC_ROUND_SPRITE)));

So yeah *cough* purge three state checkboxes *cough*.

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#17
There was a pretty good reason on why it was used for Round sprite hack , surely combo box would be better though. Wink
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#18
Far as I know, using software mode, no speedhacks, and setting clamping to Full and Extra+Preserve Sign is as close as it gets, though I don't even really know or see what that last one does.
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