02.08.2011 @ 02:56 #1
02.08.2011 @ 02:58 #2
02.08.2011 @ 03:05 #3
Ah thank you very much, it's all clear now. Though i have a new problem, in the graphics settings for screen resolution i don't have the option of using 1920 x 1080, the highest all of a sudden is 1024 x 768. I tried clicking "auto-detect best settings" but that's the highest resolution still. Blarg
02.08.2011 @ 03:08 #4
Never, ever click "auto-detect." Seriously, it's the devil.
You should be able to edit the User.ini file's "viewport" (I think... running off of memory, here) attribute to your screen resolution as a fix.
02.08.2011 @ 03:13 #5
You should be able to edit the User.ini file's "viewport" (I think... running off of memory, here) attribute to your screen resolution as a fix. ›››
"Steam/steamappes/thewitcher2/bin/config/user"? If so for that i've opened it and didn't see "viewport" nor anything regarding screen resolution
02.08.2011 @ 03:16 #7
EDIT: Ah, you got it. Glad to hear it (:
02.08.2011 @ 14:35 #8
After applying any changes that cannot be matched by settings set in the Launcher you should run the game from witcher2.exe so they don't get automatically overwritten though.
02.08.2011 @ 14:50 #9
So after changing the settings in the .ini, you have to avoid using the launcher altogether or else your settings will be overwritten? Just want to be clear on this so I know whether to mention it next time (:
02.08.2011 @ 15:27 #10
They will be if there is no such setting in the configurator. Let's say the Launcher only gives you option to pick 1440x900 resolution max but you change it to 1920x1200 in [Viewport]. Then if you start the game from the Launcher it will get overwritten.
If, however, you simply change Fullscreen=1 to Fullscreen=0 which can be reflected by the Launcher then it won't get overwritten. You get my meaning?
02.08.2011 @ 15:55 #11
I do, indeed. So using the .ini as a fix necessitates bypassing the launcher and running the .exe directly. Very helpful information, thank you.