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Marco
19th October 1999, 16:47
Hi !
someone in this forum posted an gl commando like ??? that fixes the bug with coloured graffiti. this was a few days ago. damn I cannot remember under wich topic this was. does anyone know?

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Celeron 300A@450
Asus P2B,G400 SH 32MB
128MB Cas2 PC100

Wombat
19th October 1999, 23:31
It wasn't r_dynamic 0, was it?

linhartm
20th October 1999, 01:37
Yes ! Thats right !

But i hade some troubles using it. At last i've deleted the glquake directorys (they will be created again when starting glquake next time) and have added the "r_dynamic 0" to the commandline.
I think it can be done easyer but didn't want to experiment longer.

Michael

scotty
20th October 1999, 10:35
was this what you're looking for? http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/Forum4/HTML/001434.html

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p2 266@300 (4x75mhz) | qdi legend-v, lx chipset, bios 2.0sl | 96 mb pc100 | mill g200agp@99mhz 8mb sg, bios 2.6, pd 5.3 | win 98se

Marco
20th October 1999, 12:47
righty right that's it thanks

uups I was to fast. Sorry but with r_dynamic 0 or deleting glquake folder the graffiti is still there!??
More Ideas? http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif


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Celeron 300A@450
Asus P2B,G400 SH 32MB
128MB Cas2 PC100

[This message has been edited by Marco (edited 21 October 1999).]

Tumu
21st October 1999, 11:25
r_dynamic 0 and gl_flashblend 1 should get rid of dynamic lights which are causing the rainbows. If the rainbows are still visible after restarting GLQuake with those commands, there might be some other problem with your config.

-Tumu


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Celeron 333 (not overclocked), GigaByte 6BXE Intel 440BX AGPset (bios v3.3),
64MB PC100 RAM, G200 AGP 8MB SGRAM (not overclocked, a fan, bios v2.6),
PD5.30, SB16 Value, 3COM Fast EtherLink XL, Sony Multiscan 100ES, HP8210i
Win95OSR2.1 finnish

Marco
22nd October 1999, 15:13
Hi Tumu!
Didn't think so! It's just a bug in PD 5.30. Sorry Matrox but there is still something to do.

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Celeron 300A@450
Asus P2B,G400 SH 32MB
128MB Cas2 PC100