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Anti-aliasing and anisotropic levels
Hi, I have bought an AMD dual core (2.2 GHz) and an Nvidia 9600 gt card. I can now use advanced effects vps. But I am not sure how much to set the Anti-aliasing and anisotropic levels to and if I should use Post-processing. What should I use for a set up like this. I Bought these second hand for great price and I like to see what they can do.

 

Offline General Battuta

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Re: Anti-aliasing and anisotropic levels
As far as I know altering the anisotropic and AA settings in the launcher actually does nothing.

 

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Re: Anti-aliasing and anisotropic levels
Yeah, AA/AF currently don't work on Windows, although they do work on Linux and OS X. So as Battuta said, those options in the Windows launcher don't do anything.

  

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Re: Anti-aliasing and anisotropic levels
Yeah, it's one of the things that'll probably get fixed once we move to SDL on all platforms.
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