Freddy, A nightmare on Elm Street VPX

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    Stefan Austria
    Stefan Austria
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    … and you are using Windows XP and an old IE ?
    Upgrade your Browser or maybe OS too … Win 7, any Chance ?
    You also could use any portable Versions of Chrome or others …

    I am sure, then you will see all Pages correct.

    #23489

    Turbo Buick
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    Thanks for the links HauntFreaks. :good:

    Stefan… thanks for the info but I’m using my other PC for this message. I still don’t see the pages correctly. This rig is Win7 with Firefox v59.02 as browser. Unfortunately all I can get is dial-up in my area, would that possibly cause these issues with timeouts, etc…??? Any assistance would be much appreciated. :scratch:

    Thanks guys.

    #23950

    Joey Beaulieu
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    Ilose the ball somewhere and keep geting this error:
    aBall.Z=aZpos ‘Move the ball Z position to the value of variable aZpos
    Can anyone help? this table is too perfect to just overlook. please please help me.

    #24412
    stumblor
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    Thanks very much! Table looks beautiful – and frightening!!
    Seem to be getting really low FPS with this one (20 or so) any particular reason? Running a GTX 1050.

    #24430
    kino412
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    Thanks very much! Table looks beautiful – and frightening!!
    Seem to be getting really low FPS with this one (20 or so) any particular reason? Running a GTX 1050.

    First thing I always try when that happens is delete the backglass file (leave it in the recycle bin so you can restore it) then try to play it. If it works perfectly, try another/lighter backglass. I had that issue with 5 or 6 tables. If not, try disabling playfield reflections and see if that improves it at all.

    #24464
    stumblor
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    First thing I always try when that happens is delete the backglass file (leave it in the recycle bin so you can restore it) then try to play it. If it works perfectly, try another/lighter backglass. I had that issue with 5 or 6 tables. If not, try disabling playfield reflections and see if that improves it at all.

    Backglass seems to be fine (it’s always the first thing I try too!) But haven’t played around with playfield reflections – which definitely did add a FPS boost. Still running at around 40fps during multiball (I’m at 50hz screen refresh so still stutters when under that), any other table settings to try in these situations?

    Appreciate the advice.

    #24471
    kino412
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    Backglass seems to be fine (it’s always the first thing I try too!) But haven’t played around with playfield reflections – which definitely did add a FPS boost. Still running at around 40fps during multiball (I’m at 50hz screen refresh so still stutters when under that), any other table settings to try in these situations?

    Appreciate the advice.

    Ball reflection, ball trail/motion blur, and Anti-aliasing (4x AA and Post-proc-AA) can also affect performance. I saw you’re using a GTX 1050 and I am as well but I’m getting around 80 FPS. Maybe either your RAM or hard drive could be limiting it?

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    stumblor
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    Ball reflection, ball trail/motion blur, and Anti-aliasing (4x AA and Post-proc-AA) can also affect performance. I saw you’re using a GTX 1050 and I am as well but I’m getting around 80 FPS. Maybe either your RAM or hard drive could be limiting it?

    Thanks – I have been playing with all those settings over the last few weeks, and think i’ve got a reasonably stable ball now on most tables (locking at 50fps) however interesting that you’re using the same card as me and getting almost double me?

    My HD is an SSD, so wouldn’t have thought it was that, but possibly processor/memory? I’m running a Pentium G620 2.6GHz with 8gb ddr3 ram.

    Might check cpu usage in task manager – see if things are running hot.

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