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SweetFX2.0&Reshade error X3000
Have actually been using it with a few sweetFX1.5 presets and it works well - but for one preset in particular
I get the error message "sweetfx_settings (1,1):error X3000:syntax error: unexpected "identifier"
Anyone know what it means and how to fix it? (not sure if it helps but the .txt file can be found in the link below in the download preset section)
note also this particular preset was made for sweetFX1.5 - I am running it in v2.0 as the title says (although not sure this would be an issue as am running a few 1.5 presets using sweetfx 2.0 without any issues?
crosire wrote: Open the file in Notepad, go to File > Save as and select "ANSI" in the encoding drop down next to the save button.
crossfire - thanks for the earlier reply - but its not working with your suggestion - any further suggestions to try and get it working?
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i saw this topic and having some trouble with importing settings or shaders from 1.4 Gaussian blur with Reshade + Sweetfx 2.0
Any help advice aprriciated please
crosire wrote: Then the preset is broken and the author messed up the file so that ReShade is unable to parse it. Without seeing the preset it is hard to help.
crosire thanlks for the reply - i was thinking it must be broken also.....................
but its been downloaded (so presume used) over 25,000 times and comments about it are all positive!
link to the preset below....
thanks crosire - now working and its a great preset!
crosire wrote: It's totally broken. It's missing a bunch of characters at the beginning. Add "/*" to the beginning of the file, so it reads "/*ame:Battlefield 4".
also offtopic questions (as am now trying to get reshade/sweetFx working with most of my games) - so far been unsuccessful with dayofinfamy, insurgency and rising storm 2 - just wondering if they should be reshade compatible? (one of them from memory dayofinfamy the battle eye seems to block it - the others reshade just doesnt seem to fire up at the start).......................................