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 I have max settings and am even running at 4k on a 1080p monitor to try an alleviate the lack of it to little or no effect. I've tried to use the nvidia control panel to force fxaa but It doesnt seem to make a difference either (although I could be using it wrong). Does anyone know any solutions I could try to get smoother edges?

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On 10/11/2019 at 3:32 PM, Yavind said:

Maybe post a screenshot

 

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it blurs upon uploading, so let me crop the original

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I don't think I took "take high resolution screenshot" with f10 but pretty much all cattails and distant trees essentially look like this when rendering 4k max settings on a 1080p monitor.

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I see what you mean. The image looks fuzzy. Disable the 4K, will not work anyway. Then put all graphic settings on default in-game. Then everything else in default in nvidia-controll-panel for TLD. Then you could try for a tribble-buffering in the nvidia controll panel( I see in my panel that I have trippel buffering turnen OFF), or you could try vertical sync. Try that. But ill bet it wont work, but its worth a try.

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On 10/18/2019 at 1:34 AM, Yavind said:

I see what you mean. The image looks fuzzy. Disable the 4K, will not work anyway. Then put all graphic settings on default in-game. Then everything else in default in nvidia-controll-panel for TLD. Then you could try for a tribble-buffering in the nvidia controll panel( I see in my panel that I have trippel buffering turnen OFF), or you could try vertical sync. Try that. But ill bet it wont work, but its worth a try.

Dynamic Super Resolution usually works, but I'm not sure for this game. Oh well, thanks for the suggestions. I can live with it. 

Native Resolution: NativeRes.thumb.png.1b1b75a2c4db123a07bf6194392b16a8.png

4k downsampled:screen_90efb0c1-74d2-4e29-8577-c4a060b6420a_hi.thumb.png.4edddfc0f92b666488005be2d94b2b79.png

No difference. 

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