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hoddyman

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not reaching optimal graphic settings
« on: January 04, 2019, 02:26:26 PM »

This problem just cropped up this week. My BAT "Musketeer" game had been running well on my system, as had my DBW and my stock un-modded versions. The graphics settings in the game have all been on "high", and "perfect", and the pictures have been smooth and free of jagged lines on the aircraft. Recently however, without my changing any of my game's settings or any graphic settings on my computer, the graphics in my game have somehow become degraded, with jagged lines where there used to be smooth ones. I made a copy of my game on a large external SSD, and ran it on another computer that I have (without altering any of the games settings, or anything in the conf. ini) and the graphics again appeared smooth on that other computer. By elimination, I've deduced that the problem isn't in the game, itself, but in how the particular computer treats it. I've been at my computer's graphic settings, power settings, and anything else that might be relevant to the issue that I can think of, including re-installing the basic game to re-introduce it to my system, but with no effect on the issue.  I wonder if anyone has any insight into this sort of thing , and if anyone knows what really good Nvidia 1070 graphic card settings are to optimally run the game, so I could try to fix things that way. Any feedback or advice would be welcome.
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Re: not reaching optimal graphic settings
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2019, 02:30:36 PM »

Jagged lines mean no antialiasing. Check your nvidia control panel, maybe some automatic update reverted your settings to default.

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Re: not reaching optimal graphic settings
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2019, 06:01:28 PM »

True there was a graphics driver update prior to my discovering the problem. I've gone to my Nvidia control panel, turned on all the anti-aliasing stuff, and now the problem's fixed- so thanks for your help and advice!
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