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EMB HDR mod and Antilag External FPS limiter

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Just wondering if anyone uses both of these as I notice they both share a .dll with the same name (d3d9.dll) How do I get these to work together? Is it a case of just adding text from one to the other so the info from both are contained on one? Or perhaps its not possible. Thanks in advance for any help offered. Regards

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Hey James Give this a read it it seems it will allow you to setup up ENB to use a proxy location for the other d3d9.dllhttp://enbdev.com/doc_proxy_en.htmHavent tryed it myself as since moving to an i5 oc i run totally unlimted,i just remembered reading something about using multi .dll's with enb the other day so thought id post the link for the info Hope that helps you outSteve

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I run both fine. The d3d9.dll is a generic dx9 module, it's not specific to one program.

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I run both fine. The d3d9.dll is a generic dx9 module, it's not specific to one program.
How do you place it n the fsx directory without it wanting to overwrite the other? Is it as I asked that you just add the lines from one to the other?

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How do you place it n the fsx directory without it wanting to overwrite the other? Is it as I asked that you just add the lines from one to the other?
They're generic. Take a look at the file sizes, they should be the same

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They're generic. Take a look at the file sizes, they should be the same
Apparently they are not. The ENB d3d9.dll is 248 KB and the antilag one is 14KB. If I place the ENB one in the fsx Directory Antilag FPS limiter stops working and vice versa. Am I missing something here?

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Just rename the antilag's d3d9.dll to something else before putting it in the fsx folder. Then add this to your enbseries.ini where antilag.dll is what you renamed the dll file to:[PROXY]EnableProxyLibrary=1InitProxyFunctions=1ProxyLibrary=antilag.dll After ENB has loaded via its d3d.dll file, it will look for the other dll file specified in the ini.

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Thank you OMZIG and JimmiG. Actually after reading the link from omzig and reading what Jimmi posted its quite obvious. Dont know what is wrong with me today. Thanks again. Works a treat

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They're generic. Take a look at the file sizes, they should be the same
In general be a bit more cautious with your advise ;-)In this case they aren't the same and different in size ;-)You could indeed use the proxy entry in the ini file as stated here...

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