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My Information

Age:
35 years old
Birthday:
January 12, 1984
Gender:
Male Male
Location:
Canton, Ohio
Interests:
I write the occasional part to my story, "The Misfits", and of course I work on "Naferia's Reign: Invasion of the Dark Mistress" :P

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AIM:
AIM  Mlabs2001
MSN:
MSN  clint20@neo.rr.com
Website URL:
Website URL  http://misfittechstudios.duke4.net
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ICQ  558371243
Yahoo:
Yahoo  lordmisfit2003
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Skype  lordmisfit

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  1. Individual Color tweak settings [Red, Green, Blue]

    05 March 2017 - 06:07 PM

    Okay, so I have an interesting situation now: I got a new laptop with a stinkin' new GPU and stuff, but the LCD screen seems to have a slightly miscalibrated color set that I had to fix via Nvidia Control Panel [I had to change the Contrast & Gamma on Blue colors to make it look close to my previous laptop's coloration]. Under "Adjust Desktop Settings" I have "Use NVIDIA settings" selected to do this.

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    However when EDuke32 and Mapster32 are loaded [and only while I'm in the EDuke32/Mapster32 windows too], the program[s] seem to use the "original" color calibrations, making the game look more "yellow" than it should be. Is there a way to force the individual color tweaks in the NVidia control panel to affect EDuke32? I have no other way to deal with this outside of trying to get a new LCD screen and hoping it doesn't have the same miscalibrated color haze, but I really don't want to waste $ trying to make that happen.

    Alternatively, is there a way to add options to change the Brightness/Contrast/Gamma on the individual Red/Blue/Green color channels if not? General tweaks don't mean anything since this is specific to one color channel needing to be altered in this case.

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