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Hi, I have a problem getting the highres to work.
i did the polimer thing and everything. Also, does opengl need to be on the comp before the highres can work?
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Th3R3n3gad3: Hi, I have a problem getting the highres to work.
i did the polimer thing and everything. Also, does opengl need to be on the comp before the highres can work?
Have you tried eduke32? Just do a search.

Never mind. I see by your previous posts you are familiar with it. Have you setup the autoload folder and put the high-res files in it? Also, the OGL files should be part of your video card drivers.
Post edited January 19, 2013 by sgoshe
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Th3R3n3gad3: Hi, I have a problem getting the highres to work.
i did the polimer thing and everything. Also, does opengl need to be on the comp before the highres can work?
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sgoshe: Have you tried eduke32? Just do a search.

Never mind. I see by your previous posts you are familiar with it. Have you setup the autoload folder and put the high-res files in it? Also, the OGL files should be part of your video card drivers.
yes and every time i start it it says opengl modes are unalilible. (sorry if i misspelled)
you need to add -forcegl command line to the eduke32 shortcut

right click on the eduke32 start menu shortcut
select properties
under the shortcut tab change the target line to read:

(drive/directory)/eduke32.exe -forcegl
Post edited January 19, 2013 by Forge
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Forge: you need to add -forcegl command line to the eduke32 shortcut

right click on the eduke32 start menu shortcut
select properties
under the shortcut tab change the target line to read:

(drive/directory)/eduke32.exe -forcegl
it worked yay!!