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Old 02-21-2019, 12:37 AM   #7531
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Old 02-21-2019, 02:28 AM   #7532
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Old 02-21-2019, 08:10 AM   #7533
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 Reshade.ini can found in the Modules/Server subfolder.

I don't have such a file (not in Modules/Server or anywhere else in the Orbiter's folders)
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Old 02-21-2019, 06:24 PM   #7534
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 I don't have such a file (not in Modules/Server or anywhere else in the Orbiter's folders)
Note, that this Reshade.ini file is neither part of Orbiter nor part of D3D9Client, it belongs to Reshader (hence it's name ).
Reshader has to be installed separately. It might be nice for you if you really want to change some DirectX renderings, but you do it on your own risk, as neither Martin nor any of the D3D9Client team is able to help you any further than: "uninstall reshader".
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Old 02-22-2019, 08:45 PM   #7535
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 Note, that this Reshade.ini file is neither part of Orbiter nor part of D3D9Client, it belongs to Reshader (hence it's name ).
Reshader has to be installed separately. It might be nice for you if you really want to change some DirectX renderings, but you do it on your own risk, as neither Martin nor any of the D3D9Client team is able to help you any further than: "uninstall reshader".

Thanks kuddel, I am aware this is a third party addon which has nothing to do with D3D9 GC. I downloaded and installed Reshade (and added some custom settings to the effects) and it works. Still in the Modules/Server folder (or anywhere else) there is no trace of the ReShade.ini file...[COLOR="Red"][COLOR="Red"][COLOR="Red"]

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 Thanks kuddel, I am aware this is a third party addon which has nothing to do with D3D9 GC.
O.K. Sorry, I wasn't aware that you were aware


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 I downloaded and installed Reshade (and added some custom settings to the effects) and it works. Still in the Modules/Server folder (or anywhere else) there is no trace of the ReShade.ini file...
I am not an expert on ReShade, but usually that file is where the executable is. So it should be either in "Modules/" or "Modules/Plugin/" as it doesn't seem to be in "Modules/Server/".

A search for "reshade" from your Orbiter root folder doesn't show up anything?
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