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Mod that fixes the small font issue in F.E.A.R., Extraction Point and Perseus Mandate. The archives are separated by resulotion, 1080p, 1440p and 4k (only for base game). Password for the archives is pcgw.
Original authors of the mod are: Deus and montonero, the original Steam guide link and further instructions are here:
How to fix the small subtitles font at big screen resolutions
Big Thank you, Deus and montonero!
On Windows 8 or newer systems, the game's menu turns upside down or just black and white; because, the codecs of the the original video files don't working very well on these newer system. You can see the problem on the 'before.jpg' image, and the fixed menu 'after.jpg' the applied fix.
To fix this unpleasant thing, just download and extract the content of the archive into the game's folder. The password for the archive is pcgw.
From about 1995 to 1998 it was common practice for setup programs to launch using a Windows 3.1 16-bit loader stub. This gave installers the ability to package multiple binaries for Win16, Win32s, Win32, and Windows NT for Alpha CPUs. At the time it was a reasonable thing to do since all of these platforms could execute 16-Bit Windows 3.1 applications.
Today, neither ReactOS nor 64-bit Microsoft Windows implement the ability to run 16-bit Windows 3.1 applications. The result is that there are many, many 32-bit programs that would run fine on these OSes, but are prevented from installing.
Download the InstallShield 3 Engine without Windows/Wine:
View the version properties of the Setup Launcher, usually called SETUP.EXE. (under Windows, right click, select Properties, and click the "Version" tab).
If the setup version is 3.xx.xxx, then as a convenience, you may download the Setup Engine executable directly from here rather than manually extracting it.
Place this file in a WRITABLE folder with the rest of your application install files and run it instead of setup.
Configuration files for x360ce to enable support for Xbox One controllers in Assassin's Creed Director's Cut and Assassin's Creed II, including vibration.
This is a more up-to-date version of the AC1 and 2 fix that improves compatibility with the latest build of x360ce (220.127.116.11) and Xbox One controllers.
To install simply download and extract the contents of the zip file into the game's installation folder.
x360ce is not required for the fix to function but is useful should you wish to make any configuration changes. Download the 32-bit (x86) version here and extract it to the same location as the other two files.
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