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TheCheese33: Where do we find this patch? Is it already in the game folder?
The patch is in the Interlc folder, but the patches are messed up. follow the directions here to fix the patches: http://www.gog.com/en/forum/gabriel_knight_series/q_does_gabriel_knight_2_the_beast_within_feature_subtitles/perm=13/#p_b_13
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TheCheese33: Where do we find this patch? Is it already in the game folder?
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Collector: The patch is in the Interlc folder, but the patches are messed up. follow the directions here to fix the patches: http://www.gog.com/en/forum/gabriel_knight_series/q_does_gabriel_knight_2_the_beast_within_feature_subtitles/perm=13/#p_b_13

Thanks. Does this also fix the audio glitches where you'll hear something that sounds like a disc scratching, or is that a whole other issue?
It should help.
So, where can I find the patch to turn interlace back on in GK2?
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evileivind: So, where can I find the patch to turn interlace back on in GK2?
With the newest download I think it is built in, sticky from GOG here.
Post edited May 02, 2011 by rjspring
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rjspring: With the newest download I think it is built in, sticky from GOG here.
Hm, so there's no way to remove it or turn it off?
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rjspring: With the newest download I think it is built in, sticky from GOG here.
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evileivind: Hm, so there's no way to remove it or turn it off?
Not that I know of, based on the post from GOG that they '- Better implementation of a interlacing patch' I don't know what they changed with the game files - so a simple removal of the patch directory may not remove what they changed. You might try emailing support if it is still causing issues on your system.
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evileivind: Hm, so there's no way to remove it or turn it off?
It's possible, look here: [url=]http://www.sierrahelp.com/Patches-Updates/GOGUpdates.html[/url]

For me, it looks better in fullscreen with interlace, but it's a question of taste.
Post edited May 07, 2011 by Onkel_Donald