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Very simple question
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i cant figure out how to change the graphics plugin how do i change it to Zero GS?
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(10-20-2014, 08:38 PM)Josh1735 Wrote: i cant figure out how to change the graphics plugin how do i change it to Zero GS?

config> plugin and BIOS selector. I don't know why you want to change it though.
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(10-20-2014, 08:40 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: config> plugin and BIOS selector. I don't know why you want to change it though.

that tells me how to get there but not which setting to change i cant find the setting to change it to Zero GS
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The latest builds don't include it. If you want it, download 1.2.1. But why do you want it?
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Because it runs on ancient gpu's? Have you read a special guide for extreme weak/old systems?
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If that's the case then I expect we'll see a topic soon of "XXXXXX is running super horrendously slow, pls help!"

Tbh, ZeroGS actually caused errors for me for some reason on my PCSX2. Something about it being an invalid plugin.
I think it was GIT 1.3.0-639 that gave me the error. Ended up deleting the plugin entirely to resolve it.

If it wasn't the GIT version then it was the final SVN (r5932?) version.
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It should be in the latest SVN yes, it was only removed about a month ago AFAIK.
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