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Old 12th April 2013, 02:05 AM
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1.6.1 still includes many of the issues introduced by 1.7.0b57v5
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Old 12th April 2013, 02:20 AM
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Heh. Which is besides the point of how easy it is to get on this guy's ass.

Things that are the exact same, for both DLLs, are a bit of a neutral point.


But, there would definitely be room for improvement, yes, if it was open-source.
That's a-whole-'nother discussion, but I really don't think it's honorable to defy Jabo's legacy like this.
I don't care if it doesn't convince him further away from open-sourcing his plugins.
I don't even care if it convinces him towards open-sourcing it.
But I do care if everyone on the planet has no selfless respect for another person's hard work and takes pride only in themselves, and that's why some people default to closed-source.

Not saying it's "morally" right or wrong or whatever.
But just leave the damn plugins alone. Even if 1.7.x was better than 1.6.1 plugins, it isn't better than time and team-driven generations of effort.
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Old 7th May 2013, 12:54 PM
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I installed the runtimes and I'm still unable to run the plugin. I installed the latest x64 version (2012.1).

Does this happen because it's not the 32-bit version by any chance?

Edit: Yup, confirmed to be incompatible with x64 runtimes. I installed x86 and seems to be working correctly

Edit 2: I cannot see the advanced settings tab or an option to enable it, why is that?

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Old 7th May 2013, 03:11 PM
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Edit 2: I cannot see the advanced settings tab or an option to enable it, why is that?
Yes, the pluign is designed for Project64 2.0 only and it will query the emulator if the advance setting is enable or not.

I just wrapped it's interface to make it work with Project64 1.6 and simulate only partial Project64 2.0 behaviors not all of them, that is why the advance option didn't show up.
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Old 7th May 2013, 05:36 PM
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Now I get it... good job

For the moment, it's the only alternative to Glide64 for me, as the Catalyst driver has caused a major issue with 1.6/1.6.1 (inability to return to windowed mode).
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hey, when i click the link for the gfxwrapper (for using jabo 1.7 on pj64 1.6) nothing happens. i get a black screen with a white dot.
 

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