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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0006316Multi Theft Auto : San AndreasClientpublic2011-08-10 11:42
ReporterZango Assigned Toccw  
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
Target Version1.1Fixed in Version1.1 
Summary0006316: [1.1] Certain shaders fail because of d3d9.dll

During the public beta, the bloom shader didn't work correctly. It seemed removing d3d9.dll from the GTASA directory fixed it. Is it possible MTA can detect and disable d3d9.dll to prevent it from interfering? In my case I had enbseries installed.

Steps To Reproduce

Install enbseries and enable the bloom & high res map shaders.

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2011-08-05 19:07

viewer   ~~0014152

wow, wow, it's only your problem, because your GTASA must be pretty clean to work with multiplayer


2011-08-05 19:09

administrator   ~~0014154

A warning message could be a good idea


2011-08-05 19:11

viewer   ~~0014156

MX_Master: I asked "Is it possible" as it is a convenience issue indeed. It appeared many people had this issue during beta.


2011-08-06 02:21

viewer   ~~0014157

Ye I agree with this , because it will take several weeks before someone converts enb series and other graphics mods into shader used by MTA and sometimes you d'ont want to use the shaders used in the server or you want to use an effect that the server d'ont have in his resources.

The last enb serie use automatic reflective bump maps.
They are not perfect, because they are not generated by custom normal maps, but it is better than nothing.


2011-08-06 05:47

viewer   ~~0014158

as a solution (many people do this) you can create new folder with game files and test other mods on it, but first folder of GTASA must be pretty clean from other mods


2011-08-09 21:10

updater   ~~0014211

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