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TOPIC: [SOLVED] Reshade 3.07+SweetFX and Dragons Dogma 21:9 UI Fix

Reshade 3.07+SweetFX and Dragons Dogma 21:9 UI Fix 1 year 6 months ago #1

Hi there!

I recently installed Reshade 3.07 with SweetFX 2.0 for Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen (Ran Reshade exe, pointed to Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen exe, copied SweetFX 2.0 "SweetFX" folder and "Sweet.fx" file into the Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen folder), and the game has been looking fantastic. Unfortunately Dragon's Dogma's UI is not compatible with 21:9 screens, so I've had to also install a 21:9 UI fix for Dragon's Dogma that's been very effective. Unfortunately there's an issue:

Both Reshade and the 21:9 UI fix have d3d9.dll files.

I've tried renaming the Reshade d3d9.dll file to ReShade64.dll and adding the following to the d3d9.dll file that came with the 21:9 UI fix:
[Import.ReShade64]
Architecture=x64
Filename=ReShade64.dll
Role=ThirdParty
When=Early
Unfortunately, that doesn't trigger Reshade in-game. I would very much like a way to make these two d3d9.dll files work together, if anyone has any possible fixes to suggest or has gotten Reshade and the 21:9 UI fix to work together and can share what they did to achieve that, I would be incredibly grateful. Below is a screenshot of what my Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen folder currently looks like. I did notice that when applying Reshade to Dragon's Dogma, there was a d3d9.dll file added, but there wasn't a d3d9.ini file that was added; the only d3d9.ini file I have is from the 21:9 UI fix. Is it possible my d3d9.ini file is missing something important?
Thanks so much in advance!
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Reshade 3.07+SweetFX and Dragons Dogma 21:9 UI Fix 1 year 6 months ago #2

dzee349 wrote:
*issue about two d3d9's*
Use an injector for one.
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Reshade 3.07+SweetFX and Dragons Dogma 21:9 UI Fix 1 year 6 months ago #3

Thanks for your reply! I actually somehow got it working with the two d3d9's, I must have messed something up the first time but now it's working with renaming one dll and adding the appropriate setting to the d3d9.dll. Thanks again!
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