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by SmartOne at 10:34 PM EDT on August 7, 2018
New bug: The zip lines exhibit scaling/dynamic positioning when the camera moves. Look at the first zip line in Green Hill Act 2 against the checkered background. Move the camera. Observe that the zip line (AKA "jaggies") change size against the checkered background.
by MoldyPond at 11:34 PM EDT on August 7, 2018
I hate to be the guy to do this but what does this have to with a video game music ripping forum? This doesn't feel like it should be here and I feel like all you're doing is expressing pent up rage towards the smallest of details in a place where the people who should be seeing these complaints will never see them. Wouldn't reddit make more sense?

edited 11:37 PM EDT August 7, 2018
by SmartOne at 11:48 PM EDT on August 7, 2018
Where is it written into the laws of the Internet (or even this website; we can narrow it down a bit) that this is exclusively a "video game music ripping forum?"

How do you know the people who should be seeing these complaints will never see them?

How do you know whether I care that the people who should be seeing these complaints ever see them?

You're right, hard facts are perceived negatively. I'm the mean guy saying direct things. If you dig a little deeper, you might find someone who cares. Aw.

edited 11:49 PM EDT August 7, 2018
by dj4uk6cjm at 11:29 AM EDT on August 8, 2018
Since this seems like an off topic thread, what do you guys think of the new Sonic movie coming out?
by AnonRunzes at 11:58 AM EDT on August 8, 2018
by Kurausukun at 11:50 PM EDT on August 8, 2018
I think that, given your standards for graphics and scaling, there are approximately zero video games that you can play without complaining about them.
by ArcticJaguar725 at 12:00 AM EDT on August 9, 2018
We should start complaining about games whenever they don't use lossless 32-bit PCM sampled at 192kHz for all their BGM tracks. Anybody else on board?
by MoldyPond at 12:37 AM EDT on August 9, 2018
If the human race was capable of noticing that literally everything that wasn't that high quality was something we should write off, then yes.
by Kurausukun at 4:13 AM EDT on August 9, 2018
32-bit 192KHz? What is this, 1990? If you're not using 64-bit float at 384KHz at least, it's pretty much unlistenable.
by SmartOne at 10:38 PM EST on November 27, 2018
Sonic Mania is blurry using AMD drivers. No matter which "Screen Filter" is selected, including "None," there is a blurring applied. The only way to get 1:1 pixels using AMD is to go into the Sonic Mania "Settings.ini" and under the "Video" section, set "shaderSupport=n".

Unfortunately this has the side effect of making all FMVs greyscale. So there's no way to play Sonic Mania using AMD's drivers and get a correct display.

Sonic Mania bug or AMD bug? My bet is this is a Sonic Mania bug. A low-priority test case, to be sure. It's only what you see the entire game, after all.

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