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  06:05:44  23 July 2014
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Andres
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That actually looks so bad
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LOL, can't believe what people will nitpick about sometimes.

Anyways, its better than vanilla and thats what counts. I will keep tuning it.
  07:36:36  23 July 2014
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That actually looks so bad

LOL, can't believe what people will nitpick about sometimes.

Anyways, its better than vanilla and thats what counts. I will keep tuning it.
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i like them so far and what fixes you have found and was able to fix. but i just wish there was a way to get night vision to be brighter at night when it still really doesnt do much. but during the day night vision does show up lol but you dont need it during the day.

anyone know adjust it? and where??

few more pics
http://i.imgur.com/cETlvT6.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/8dqgxuf.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/b04TDPQ.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/uX1imfu.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/3kVsoXU.jpg
  08:35:37  23 July 2014
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I've removed your shaders from my game. They had some SSAO (I was using HBAO) bugs, when approaching things it was sometimes drawing what appeared as a rectangular shadow over surfaces in front of me. The original shaders have no such issues.

Playing in DX10 @1440p (downscaled to 1080p to compensate for lack of AA).
  09:02:18  23 July 2014
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SCAVENGER1
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I've removed your shaders from my game. They had some SSAO (I was using HBAO) bugs, when approaching things it was sometimes drawing what appeared as a rectangular shadow over surfaces in front of me. The original shaders have no such issues.

Playing in DX10 @1440p (downscaled to 1080p to compensate for lack of AA).
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http://i.imgur.com/dBOURlo.jpg
im using HBOA since im using a Nvidia gfx card but i never set it to anything else though. do you have pic of what your talking about?
  10:08:09  23 July 2014
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memeics
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Hmm, I have a save just where it was happening and now I can't reproduce that effect with it. Maybe it needs for me to walk around and load more stuff into the game while playing. I'll keep them enabled back and take screenshots again when it happens.
  10:30:32  23 July 2014
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If any of the problems reported happen also in vanilla then switching back from my shaders/sweetfx isn't going to help you.
  13:51:38  23 July 2014
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Anyways, its better than vanilla and thats what counts. I will keep tuning it.
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No, it really isn't

It should be called deprovements, or something like that.
  15:33:10  23 July 2014
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Anyways, its better than vanilla and thats what counts. I will keep tuning it.

No, it really isn't

It should be called deprovements, or something like that.
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So just because one small thing, entire package is bullshit?
What are you trying to do exactly? Fix it and ill take you seriously.

Until then its better than vanilla. I'm not gonna stop because of small issues.

UPDATE
Its like people find a tiny small things to criticize about and dismiss the whole thing. I can point and have pointed out similar problems with Lost Alpha. That doesn't mean its terrible or we should stop playing.
  18:37:27  23 July 2014
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not sure what they are doing wrong in there game/set up/what ever but to me it does look better. but i guess everyone know best so why dont they fix it? or try to make it look better and make the night not so dam pitch black dark! since if you have NV it shouldnt still be pitch black!!
  18:57:19  23 July 2014
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not sure what they are doing wrong in there game/set up/what ever but to me it does look better. but i guess everyone know best so why dont they fix it? or try to make it look better and make the night not so dam pitch black dark! since if you have NV it shouldnt still be pitch black!!
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These are the best values for me so far (after trial and error):
r2_sun_lumscale 1.2
r2_sun_lumscale_amb 0.65
r2_sun_lumscale_hemi 1.
I only did some limited testing, but those settings looks good above and below ground in Cordon.

On another note, I personally prefer SweetFX to just add a little extra color, detail and SMAA (default Configurator setting or similar). SweetFX is best for subtle improvements, and will quickly produce artificial-looking results IMO. Btw. haven't tried the S3r1ous mods yet, just speaking in general terms.
 
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