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Talk:Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Problems When Using Older Graphics Cards Unscratch?
As far as I can tell the issue is resolved with Dolphin's default settings, even with older cards. Per our normal rules shouldn't it be scratched out? Unclear of our support of coverage of purely non-default backend issues (i.e. would these issue prevent a perfect rating?). (Also might we consider a per-backend ini config option to perhaps better handle such cases). Kolano (talk) 12:04, 13 July 2017 (CEST)
- I think it's fine to keep, but probably more appropriate for the emulation information section than problems. Could you explain your idea for the ini more clearly? I thought at first that you meant that Dolphin would change to OGL on affected hardware/OS, but I don't know of any other titles that have that implemented? Whatever happens to this page should also happen to the similar sections of Super Paper Mario as well, as a reminder. - Xerxes (talk) 17:54, 13 July 2017 (CEST)
- Whoops, I should have put it in Emulation Information! Thanks for moving it. - MaJoR (talk) 09:47, 14 July 2017 (CEST)
Old resolved issue that should have to go?
So I've noticed an old issue "Glitched Transitions" recently scratched out with a note that a setting that fixes it is already set by default for this title, I've decided to find which build did it, I think it's way back somewhere before Dolphin 4.0-44. Then I looked through page revision history and noticed that problem entry was added much later than 4.0-44 build date with the edit summary saying it was on Kolano's request or something. The context might be lost, was it an old opinion and should haven been removed? If it's removed, please do the same to Super Paper Mario.