[SOLVED] error x30004: undeclared identifier "AO_TEXSCALE"

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6 years 11 months ago - 6 years 11 months ago #1 by zatha
Whenever I open the game I downloaded this for(Guild Wars 2) I see "error x30004: undeclared identifier "AO_TEXSCALE"" in the top right. To be specific, this is what it looks like:

(Ignore my computer temp tracker.)

I have tried searching said file to see if anything is off, but I'm completely lost by what that means.
For reference, I downloaded Reshade for this mod , and I followed the directions word for word.
Last edit: 6 years 11 months ago by zatha.

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6 years 11 months ago #2 by Kleio420

Whenever I open the game I downloaded this for(Guild Wars 2) I see "error x30004: undeclared identifier "AO_TEXSCALE"" in the top right. To be specific, this is what it looks like:

(Ignore my computer temp tracker.)

I have tried searching said file to see if anything is off, but I'm completely lost by what that means.
For reference, I downloaded Reshade for this mod , and I followed the directions word for word.

gw2 cant access depth buffer so if your trying to enable ambient occlusion thats probably why

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6 years 11 months ago #3 by zatha

Whenever I open the game I downloaded this for(Guild Wars 2) I see "error x30004: undeclared identifier "AO_TEXSCALE"" in the top right. To be specific, this is what it looks like:

(Ignore my computer temp tracker.)

I have tried searching said file to see if anything is off, but I'm completely lost by what that means.
For reference, I downloaded Reshade for this mod , and I followed the directions word for word.

gw2 cant access depth buffer so if your trying to enable ambient occlusion thats probably why


Well I found this:

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6 years 11 months ago #4 by Ioxa
In the file MasterEffect.h you should have this at line 320.
#define AO_TEXSCALE   			1.00	//[0.25 to 1.0] Scale of AO resolution, 1.0 means fullscreen. Lower resolution means less pixels to process and more performance but also less quality.
Going by that error message, my first guess would be that line is missing or has a typo.

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6 years 11 months ago #5 by zatha

In the file MasterEffect.h you should have this at line 320.
#define AO_TEXSCALE   			1.00	//[0.25 to 1.0] Scale of AO resolution, 1.0 means fullscreen. Lower resolution means less pixels to process and more performance but also less quality.
Going by that error message, my first guess would be that line is missing or has a typo.


That document is replaced for the mod I linked, and the replaced one doesn't have any ao_texscale in it, anywhere.

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6 years 11 months ago #6 by Ioxa
That mod you linked to says to download ME 1.1.190, it looks like you downloaded the newest version which added the AO_TEXSCALE option. This is the one you want.

www.mediafire.com/download/4b16dtlt5z6xa...ct+1.1.190+public.7z

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6 years 11 months ago #7 by zatha

That mod you linked to says to download ME 1.1.190, it looks like you downloaded the newest version which added the AO_TEXSCALE option. This is the one you want.

www.mediafire.com/download/4b16dtlt5z6xa...ct+1.1.190+public.7z


It's working now. I redownloaded it all and now there's no errors, so whatever I did worked.

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