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  1. #11
    Just pushed a new build from work @cpinder was looking at to improve performance.

    In addition to trying with the latest build; if you're still having performance slowdowns, can you try these commands to see if they help? (reduces resolution of LoS/FoW/blurring in return for performance)
    /imagequality [0-3]
    (where 0 is default, and higher numbers are reducing resolution 75/50/25%)

    Thanks,
    JPG

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Wizard View Post
    Just pushed a new build from work @cpinder was looking at to improve performance.

    In addition to trying with the latest build; if you're still having performance slowdowns, can you try these commands to see if they help? (reduces resolution of LoS/FoW/blurring in return for performance)
    /imagequality [0-3]
    (where 0 is default, and higher numbers are reducing resolution 75/50/25%)

    Thanks,
    JPG
    Just when I was feeling personally a bit down you pushed this update. Wow.
    Load is less than half! 31% load in background, clean edges, great work!

    The imagequality value work wonders, too!
    Value 1: 20% load
    Value 2: 10% load
    Value 3: 6% load

    Doesn't look too shabby even on 3

    Are these commands only for the GM or can these also be used by the players?
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  3. #13
    I'll have to ask @cpinder; but I believe they are per client.

    Regards,
    JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarestia View Post
    Just when I was feeling personally a bit down you pushed this update. Wow.
    Load is less than half! 31% load in background, clean edges, great work!

    The imagequality value work wonders, too!
    Value 1: 20% load
    Value 2: 10% load
    Value 3: 6% load

    Doesn't look too shabby even on 3

    Are these commands only for the GM or can these also be used by the players?
    The command is per client, so players can use them also. The values are persistent between sessions as well.

  5. #15
    I tested the image quality value of 2 on an i5 Surface and I think it looks really good.

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