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NicolasCYOW

I'm getting bad aliasing...

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...but not when I use FS2004's in-game antialiasing, which makes everything looks much smoother. However, I believe that with my 8800GTS's 16x antialising, I wouldn't need FS2004's in-game antialiasing - if it's not on, then there's jaggies everywhere. And I read in every tweaking guide that FS2004's antialiasing should be turned off (which would give me jaggies). Any ideas? I'm running 158.22, by the way.Nicolas in CYOW

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Hi Nicolas,Are we talking about Vista or XP?. I have the .22 running XP/FS9 + Nhancer and no AA check in FS, just in nHancer.Im not having the issues your mentioning. Are you using nHancer or RivaTuner?.

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Davis:I'm running XP, and running FS at 1280x1024 (same as desktop resolution). Since everyone and his dog is talking about nHancer, I guess I'm going to give it a try. But I wonder whether nHancer will make any difference...Thanks for the advice; I'll let you know how it turns out.Nicolas in CYOW

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OK, problem solved (fingers crossed). I played with the settings and something happened (one symptom being that the aircraft selection window is now black, which wasn't the case before, but now there are also no in-game issues). Finally, FS is smooth and fun again.Nicolas in CYOW

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Good that its solved, yeah that black window is due to Nvidia's lack of willpower to fix their drivers when displaying hi AA/AF. In anycase its a minor inconvenience, as long as AA/AF works fine in the sim itself we will just have to learn to live with it when being on Nvidia hardware.

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