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OVerdarkness??????

Discussion in 'Original Unreal Tournament' started by Annonymous_mapper, May 19, 2005.

  1. Some maps are too dark to play, especially city at night / cavern / underground maps. Setting the brightness to 70% doesn't help, the screen gets overbrightned and the lights remain too dark.
     
  2. Hellscrag

    Hellscrag UnrealSP'er

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    By brightness I assume you mean of your monitor.

    Close the curtains, turn up the gamma in UT.
     
  3. Glider of chaos

    Glider of chaos Ready 2 Fight !

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    By "gamma in UT" Hellscrag means brightness slider in options->preferences->video =)
     
  4. NeoNite

    NeoNite Eternal sunshine

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    Well, which videocard do you have? Do you run the game using the D3D or OPENGL renderer, for example?

    Eh, are your drivers up to date?

    Could you copy your d3d or opengl (whichever renderer you use) from your unrealtournament.ini? Maybe, if you want too? We might be able to find a problem?
     
  5. genfluid

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  6. NeoNite

    NeoNite Eternal sunshine

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    The most important lesson we've learned today:

    1) Don't aim too high
    2) Clean up afterwards

    Certain images lure us into performing devious acts. Let us not massacre the monitor. It is our friend.
     

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