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PCSX2 1.2.0 released!
#21
That still happens in hardware mode. But software mode works fine for those games.
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#22
(02-02-2014, 08:56 PM)refraction Wrote: That still happens in hardware mode. But software mode works fine for those games.

thanks! I suppose it's very hard to fix in hardware mode right ?

I really hope mantle, when will be released for everyone could help pcsx2 in a better compatibility with hardware mode for more games!
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#23
ohh... a stable again?!? cool. just happened to notice that inbetween stables, dmc still increases in speed on my rig. some more fps for the leftover laggy scenes. runs a minimum of 50 (~35 on the last) everywhere now. that's good.
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#24
Is advised to point to the VC runtime official page, that one from the link does not install as already reported in some threads (at least on Windows 8 and probably depending on how actually updated the user is).

Edit: I mean, the link brings already the save dialog to a probably outdated version.
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#25
(02-02-2014, 11:03 PM)nosisab Ken Keleh Wrote: Is advised to point to the VC runtime official page, that one from the link does not install as already reported in some threads (at least on Windows 8 and probably depending on how actually updated the user is).

Edit: I mean, the link brings already the save dialog to a probably outdated version.

I don't understand? What's the link you're suggesting?
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#26
The link I provided and that's also included in the download description points directly to the respective Microsoft site, and Windows 8 and 8.1 is explicitly supported. The only confusion I could see arising is that you're asked to choose one or multiples of x86, x86-64 and ARM builds. x86 being the one you need, obviously, but ARM being listed first.

Include it directly in the download section? They are explicitly redistributable, after all.
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#27
we have a link just above the binary download, it is included with the installer version anyway, we will make it specific to the x86 version

link we're going to use: http://download.microsoft.com/download/2...st_x86.exe
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#28
Wow, thanks for the release! Keep up the hard work!
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#29
Anyone else noticed how the versioning went a little off?

0.9.8 (stable)
0.9.9 (svn)
1.0.0 (stable)
1.1.0 (svn)
1.2.0 (stable)

Shouldn't the whole thing have gone like

0.9.8 (stable)
0.9.9 (svn)
1.0.0 (stable)
1.0.1 (svn)
1.0.2 (stable)

I suppose the first digit works much like a milestone, the second as major release point, and the third would act as a minor release, so there could be things like 1.2.13 (release #2 after 1.0.0, patch 13).
I'm probably mumbling in my confusion, so feel free to set me straight
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#30
My official thanks(again)......
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