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Andarael (talkcontribs)

Hi, I am a bit new to this whole wiki thing. I saw you added to my contribution "citation needed" on the Blurry texture section.

The problem is that I have no citation for this fix. I found it myself when tinkering with the engine. Should I add this to another website or forum and cite myself ? This seems counterintuitive and possibly pointless.

Hope I can resolve this, also sorry if you are not the right person to ask, like I said I am new to this stuff :)

Best regards, Andarael

Waschbär (talkcontribs)

Hi, sorry for the late reply. You can of course reference yourself, see the editing guide: pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/PCGamingWiki:Editing_guide/References#Self-verified_fixes_and_settings

I think even more helpful would be a comparison screenshot however and link that in that same reference. Could look like this for example <ref>{{Refcheck|user=Andarael|date=2021-06-12|comment=See [www.image.jpg comparison screenshot]}}</ref>

It's been a while since I played it and I also don't have it installed anymore but it sounded more like the general mipmap problem described in the above fix that I remember also encountered. That the FOV would have something to do with it sounded a bit odd and since I couldn't find any other reference I marked it as citation needed (in general all fixes should have some sort of reference).

Andarael (talkcontribs)

Hi, thanks for the reply I will do all this when I have a bit more time

Also KCD is the only game o know that have some mips tied to fov, maybe an oversight from the devs. They had to make a lot of changes to cryengine.

Again thank you :)

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Mtkennerly (talkcontribs)
Waschbär (talkcontribs)

Oh, that was supposed to be User ID, sorry. Fixed that. The full path would be: C:\Users\<username>\Documents\Battlefield 2\Profiles\<ID>\ where the ID would be the number of your profile. If it is your first it should probably be called "0001".

Istvanszabo890629 (talkcontribs)

However, the hungarian translation links are pointing the same file, but these are different sources. The link #1 is a backup/collecting site or server (for something bad happens), the other one (link #2) is a main link and provides frequently updated hungarian patch.

Waschbär (talkcontribs)

Then the main link should be the original source, and the backup link should be called "mirror" or similar, so people know why the other site is also listed.

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