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M3S90 texture problem

Discussion in 'General Infiltration Discussion' started by Ironword300, Apr 7, 2016.

  1. Ironword300

    Ironword300 Member

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    This is not a big deal, as I can use the M1 and there's virtually no difference, but the M3S90 has a texture bug (or mesh bug--I don't know which): when aiming, the stock is missing and I can see through to my entire trigger hand. I've been installing a lot of things over the past couple of weeks, so have no idea what caused this. Any thoughts?
     
  2. chuckus

    chuckus Can't stop the bum rush.

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    I think this is an old D3D bug in Unreal Tournament. The rendering stops far away from the screen so you get disappearing models. Try using a different graphics renderer by selecting it in your Display menu.

    There are some upgraded Direct 3d and OpenGL renderers for the Unreal tournament engine available. The Community Edition installer includes the ENBseries renderer I believe.

    Here's the d3d10 one. It works well for me. Also it has some advanced features to make the game a little prettier without being as aggressive as the ENBseries renderer.

    http://kentie.net/article/d3d10drv/
     
  3. Ironword300

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    I think you're right. With clean install of Community Edition 2006, everything seems fine using the D3D10.
     

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