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I OWN DOLPHIN O_O
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Ok, heres the deal. Everytime I try to play DBZ: BT3 all the menus are black, so a way to fix it is to switch on the mario galaxy hack BUT doing that means I have to then switch it off when im in a duel otherwise I wont be able to see the effects, shadows and health bar (sidenote: effects need real XFB) Thats problem number 1, it isnt that bad, but still a problem :dead:

Problem number 2 is the antialiasing, when switched on, it triggers these weird black lines on characters. Observe....



As you can see there is a weird outline on the characters body, mind you I have pressed start at this instant, which also displays the flaw in having the mario galaxy hack switched off to display the health bars and fx. Now, a solution for the lines is to disable efb copy, but this also comes with a dis-advantage....



As you can see, quarter of the screen has f***ed up, there are remains of the black lines and the shadows have messed up aswell (Again, remember I have pressed start). This is just too annoying so you will be forced to play with the lines. Now I'll get to the point, I have come up with a little trick to fix both problems, YES PEOPLE, I AM YOUR SAVIOR! But this also does come with a little dis-advantage :dead::drool: still, its a very small price to pay.



Here you can see, that I have gotten rid of the lines, the health bar and fx remain, which means I have the mario galaxy hack off, but we can also see the start menu. This is two birds with one stone. The solution is very simple, all you have to do is switch on free look and when the game starts, tap 'S' once (which is back). The only significant flaw is the shadows, but I guess once your up and fighting in the air, its no problem...



Vuala! Now you can play it with nearly perfect graphics :thumb:

Please do me a favour and comment to tell me if there is already a fix and that im an idiot that has waisted his time :dead:
 

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Pretty interesting way of fixing i must say. I don't own this game, but even if it's not a clean solution... well it surely does the trick. It was inevitable to recall the blue layer on very early versions of dolphin wich affected games such as mario sunshine and MK:DD, maybe if we had freelook back then, those issues could be fixed this way too. On the other hand APP authors don't seem to like hacks 'cause one tends to become lazy, and not finding real solutions. But as i said earlier i support your effort (for what it's worth xD)
 

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I OWN DOLPHIN O_O
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Pretty interesting way of fixing i must say. I don't own this game, but even if it's not a clean solution... well it surely does the trick. It was inevitable to recall the blue layer on very early versions of dolphin wich affected games such as mario sunshine and MK:DD, maybe if we had freelook back then, those issues could be fixed this way too. On the other hand APP authors don't seem to like hacks 'cause one tends to become lazy, and not finding real solutions. But as i said earlier i support your effort (for what it's worth xD)
Thanks :heh:

I think those "weird" black lines are supposed to be there. They just seem to be a bit too thick though. :p
Yeh, true:dead: Still, I think it looks pretty neat without the lines :eyemove::thumb:
 
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