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kenny355a Feb 17 2012, 5:56pm says:

I love black and grey stripes, how did you know?

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[TZP]LoNer1 Feb 17 2012, 7:11pm says:

Amazing once again meltac, im looking REALLY out to this...i want to add it in the next PPx patch if you'd like ;)

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Meltac Feb 19 2012, 4:39pm replied:

Thanks, dude! However please don't get too excited because this is a very early, unfinished version that will take some time to get mature, thus it won't make it into the next release 1.1.

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ClearVall Feb 18 2012, 4:08am says:

Господи Иисусе... Просто потрясающе.

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[TZP]LoNer1 Feb 18 2012, 8:11am replied:

Meltac cant read russian man.

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Meltac Feb 19 2012, 4:41pm replied:

No he can't. But he can use google translator though ;-)

Jesus Christ ... Simply amazing.

Thanks, man - glad you like it!

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ClearVall Apr 11 2012, 4:30pm replied:

Sure, dude. This is just great. I cannot wait to see all these wonderful features used!

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exostalker Mar 3 2012, 1:00pm says:

That is awesome... will need to try it!

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Meltac Mar 3 2012, 6:02pm replied:

Thanks - however you'll have to wait till the next release.

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Resev Aug 17 2012, 1:27pm says:

It's messing with my eyes, making it much too uncomfortable to bear.
My (everyone's) eyes see in an amplitude of 170/180º, while this effect is making it look like we're watching the world trough a narrow kaleidoscope tube. (yes, i'm well aware the character is using a "bubble" helmet, hardly a legitimate reason for such an extreme effect, it just wouldn't be usable nor acceptable "IRL")
A 16:10 monitor doesn't offer anything beyond 60º regardless of the in-game FOV.
The reflections on the helmet themselves are wonderful, but that beer goggles effect is a disaster >for me<.
Is there a way to turn that effect off, with maybe the chance of keeping the reflections?
I guess an easier way of asking it would be, is it possible to widen the effect making those border reflections out of the picture?
I apologize for the critique.

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Meltac Aug 22 2012, 4:25pm replied:

You probably will be able to configure (or, turn off) both boundary and screen reflections.

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Had the idea of making a shader for the suits visors (e.g. ecolog suit) in ordner to have some half-decent reflections going on the inside of the visor's glass.

Here's the result of my first test. Needs some refinement though. This is NOT part of version 1.1

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Feb 17th, 2012
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