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I found the problem recently, but my TUTU BG is already moded, I dont want to install everything again -__-
This question / problem has been solved by Hickoryimage
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YaTEdiGo: I found the problem recently, but my TUTU BG is already moded, I dont want to install everything again -__-
Do not use the de-greenifier on a modded installation. It needs to patch loads of tilesets, and should only ever be used on a clean installation. The de-greenifier has other issues, too, like normally green items turning white (ever seen a white Ankheg plate mail?)

Because your installation is already modded, you can avoid the green water by turning off 3D acceleration.
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YaTEdiGo: I found the problem recently, but my TUTU BG is already moded, I dont want to install everything again -__-
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Hickory: Do not use the de-greenifier on a modded installation. It needs to patch loads of tilesets, and should only ever be used on a clean installation. The de-greenifier has other issues, too, like normally green items turning white (ever seen a white Ankheg plate mail?)

Because your installation is already modded, you can avoid the green water by turning off 3D acceleration.
Ummm yeah, but some things doesnt look so nice :/ so, no way to install the fix right?
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Hickory: Do not use the de-greenifier on a modded installation. It needs to patch loads of tilesets, and should only ever be used on a clean installation. The de-greenifier has other issues, too, like normally green items turning white (ever seen a white Ankheg plate mail?)

Because your installation is already modded, you can avoid the green water by turning off 3D acceleration.
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YaTEdiGo: Ummm yeah, but some things doesnt look so nice :/ so, no way to install the fix right?
You are wrong. The ONLY things that 3d acceleration affect in Baldur's Gate are things like dust clouds, smoke from chimneys, and some spell effects. No statics (and the vast majority of animations) are affected in any way. Unless you are super picky, you will never know the difference. And no, there is no safe way to install the fix in a modded installation.
Post edited March 19, 2014 by Hickory
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YaTEdiGo: Ummm yeah, but some things doesnt look so nice :/ so, no way to install the fix right?
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Hickory: You are wrong. The ONLY things that 3d acceleration affect in Baldur's Gate are things like dust clouds, smoke from chimneys, and some spell effects. No statics (and the vast majority of animations) are affected in any way. Unless you are super picky, you will never know the difference. And no, there is no safe way to install the fix in a modded installation.
I like the "black non explored - 3d acceleration" cloud... :/

So I need to suffer that or green water... yeah I am picky. Thanks! :)
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Hickory: You are wrong. The ONLY things that 3d acceleration affect in Baldur's Gate are things like dust clouds, smoke from chimneys, and some spell effects. No statics (and the vast majority of animations) are affected in any way. Unless you are super picky, you will never know the difference. And no, there is no safe way to install the fix in a modded installation.
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YaTEdiGo: I like the "black non explored - 3d acceleration" cloud... :/

So I need to suffer that or green water... yeah I am picky. Thanks! :)
I do not have 3D acceleration enabled, and I have no issue with the Fog of War. I see no difference.
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YaTEdiGo: I like the "black non explored - 3d acceleration" cloud... :/

So I need to suffer that or green water... yeah I am picky. Thanks! :)
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Hickory: I do not have 3D acceleration enabled, and I have no issue with the Fog of War. I see no difference.
Is just a small difference, the Fog of War without acceleration it looks like pixelated, with acceleration, is like a real "smog" transition between the black of the fog and the colours of the scenary, is a minimal small not really important detail. Also the spell effects use Aceleration If I remember well.

I am picky. Anyway i think I will play it without acceleration. :)
Post edited March 20, 2014 by YaTEdiGo
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Hickory: I do not have 3D acceleration enabled, and I have no issue with the Fog of War. I see no difference.
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YaTEdiGo: Is just a small difference, the Fog of War without acceleration it looks like pixelated, with acceleration, is like a real "smog" transition between the black of the fog and the colours of the scenary, is a minimal small not really important detail. Also the spell effects use Aceleration If I remember well.

I am picky. Anyway i think I will play it without acceleration. :)
Yes, I see the difference now, but it's only a slight blur on the border. The actual fog is opaque black in both cases.

You can also see in my attached images why I don't use 3D acceleration. Look at the text and the details of the terrain in the 3D enabled image. All is blurred with OpenGL acceleration on my rig.

Attached images with and without 3D acceleration:
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Post edited March 20, 2014 by Hickory
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YaTEdiGo: Is just a small difference, the Fog of War without acceleration it looks like pixelated, with acceleration, is like a real "smog" transition between the black of the fog and the colours of the scenary, is a minimal small not really important detail. Also the spell effects use Aceleration If I remember well.

I am picky. Anyway i think I will play it without acceleration. :)
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Hickory: Yes, I see the difference now, but it's only a slight blur on the border. The actual fog is opaque black in both cases.

Without and with 3D acceleration:
Yeah! and also if you can see, the sprites are like using a 2xsai filtering or something, I personally like this, others like the pixels. Well it depends, sometimes I love the pixels :D anyway thank you for your help, I think I will enjoy replaying BG on the TUTU without aceleration, and then BG2 with aceleration :)
Post edited March 20, 2014 by YaTEdiGo
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Hickory: Yes, I see the difference now, but it's only a slight blur on the border. The actual fog is opaque black in both cases.

Without and with 3D acceleration:
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YaTEdiGo: Yeah! and also if you can see, the sprites are like using a 2xsai filtering or something, I personally like this, others like the pixels. Well it depends, sometimes I love the pixels :D anyway thank you for your help, I think I will enjoy replaying BG on the TUTU without aceleration, and then BG2 with aceleration :)
Have fun.

NB: you might consider marking this solved now, since you posed it as a question. ;)