Author Topic: "Enable Framebuffer Shockwaves"?  (Read 741 times)

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"Enable Framebuffer Shockwaves"?
What's the difference between enabling or disabling framebuffer shockwaves?
Why do you say "as" instead of "because"?

 

Offline niffiwan

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Re: "Enable Framebuffer Shockwaves"?
If you enable them you get a distortion effect that ripples out with the shockwave wavefront. Or at least that's my best attempt at explaining it!  Just enable it them have a look at shockwave from a bomb or capship exploding.
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Re: "Enable Framebuffer Shockwaves"?
If you enable them you get a distortion effect that ripples out with the shockwave wavefront. Or at least that's my best attempt at explaining it!  Just enable it them have a look at shockwave from a bomb or capship exploding.

Oh, I know exactly what you're talking about. Thank you, niffwan!
Why do you say "as" instead of "because"?