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    • By SirYodaJedi
      This file is password protected due to possibility of false positives. Use the password pcgw to extract.
      Source: https://mega.nz/#!PIdT1aIK!mQu-qdOCBnGrOu9-hfnLhoGxIMWg040eF8OSwlK9DQo
      NOTE: This mod is not compatible with the highly recommended unofficial patches.
    • By SirYodaJedi
      This file is password protected due to possibility of false positives. Use the password pcgw to extract.
      Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20071218061808/http://www.giantswd.org/?file=2
    • By Weion
      What is this?
      This updated release removes all dependency on the mtndew.dll file - fixing the RTX crashes, while allowing players to be fully updated to 0.6.1.0
      How to Install
      Ensure that the ElDewrito Mod is fully updated to 0.6.1. If the player has used the previous version of this fix they must also download the original mtndew.dll file - which is also attached here. Go to the Game's Directory and replace the current binkw32.dll - and mtndew.dll if the player has used the previous version - with this one. File Checksum - binkw32.dll
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      496b9296239539c747347805e15d2540 SHA1:
      866ed863df44734f3661bdfa61752177bf4b33dc SHA256:
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    • By Effcol
      Now that quite a few games are out with HDR support, and more planning to come soon, and there's monitors now out with HDR support, and not just TVS, could we add HDR int he Video Settings now?

      I can't edit it in because the page to do that is protected, so would an admin be able to do it?

      Here's all the games I could find with HDR currently supported:
      Resident Evil 7 Shadow Warrior 2 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Hitman (2016) Mass Effect: Andromada Paragon Obduction Redout: Enhanced Edition And here's some games with upcoming support I could find:
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    • By Farlo
      Hey all.  So I was reading this thread over on reddit that was asking about which games are known to support high frame rates and I thought "I know who has a giant list of games with this kind of info, I'll bet there's a category for this!".  Unfortunately upon arriving at the Borderlands 2 page, I was disappointed to see that categories for game properties/attributes have not been implemented.  That should be fixed!
       
      When I was working on Project STEP's Wiki we wanted the same functionality: sort and categorize pages based on the properties defined in infoboxes and templates.  This can be done rather easily thanks to ParserFunction's #if and #ifeq functions.  I see a lot of the templates already use these functions so this may be obvious, but as an example, let's implement Category:High framerate support.  Framerate support is cataloged using Template:Video settings's "high frame rate" argument.  At the moment "high frame rate" is only being used to toggle the checkbox's display.  We can add the following text to also categorize the game based on this argument:
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      Anyways, I think this rather simple addition (if applied to most game properties) provides a lot of benefit when it comes to organizing game features, improving discoverability for users, and potentially providing some interesting statistics to ponder thoughtfully over.  Thanks for reading, I'd be glad to help flesh out and implement this feature if desired.
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