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lightbane

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Speaking of Yuzu: Fitgirl is apparently uploading a bunch of Switch games with Yuzu included. Has anyone given them a try to see if they're already configured to work with Keyboard + Mouse, or another controller or whatever? Just to know.
 

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Speaking of Yuzu: Fitgirl is apparently uploading a bunch of Switch games with Yuzu included. Has anyone given them a try to see if they're already configured to work with Keyboard + Mouse, or another controller or whatever? Just to know.
Stay away from her repacks when it comes to emu stuff.Just use official stuff.
You are still gonna need to fiddle with options,one way or another,and it is better to have a clean start then to mess with her pre-configured shenanigans.

If she actually allowed to only download games,then that would be worth something.
 
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Speaking of Yuzu: Fitgirl is apparently uploading a bunch of Switch games with Yuzu included. Has anyone given them a try to see if they're already configured to work with Keyboard + Mouse, or another controller or whatever? Just to know.
Her repacks come installed as NAND in the emulator, haven't seen the input configuration but that's a trivial matter.
 

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Out of curiosity, I tried Fitgirl's Super Mario 3D World Yuzu repack. It doesn't run that well on Ryzen 5 3600 + RX 5700 XT, which was kinda expected since it favors nvidia. Some textures look weird and there's a lot of stutter (probably because it's compiling shaders in the background). I'll just wait for a few years until they optimize it further, hopefully.
 

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Out of curiosity, I tried Fitgirl's Super Mario 3D World Yuzu repack. It doesn't run that well on Ryzen 5 3600 + RX 5700 XT, which was kinda expected since it favors nvidia. Some textures look weird and there's a lot of stutter (probably because it's compiling shaders in the background). I'll just wait for a few years until they optimize it further, hopefully.
what yuzu version?
 

ferratilis

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what yuzu version?

Tried both Mainline v538 (Feb 13, 2021) and Early Access v1444 (Feb 12, 2021), neither worked well. Stuttering is something I can live with because it goes away once shaders are compiled, but some textures look weird, like here:
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I gave it a quick try as well. Intro more or less works fine, but the game randomly slows down during gameplay. Supposedly that's meant to happen and later on stabilize, but I was satisfied that I can actually run Yuzu to begin with.
 

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If you are on AMD hardware you have to use Vulcan renderer. OpenGL is known to work like shit on AMD due to lack of extra features nvidia provides which are out of opengl spec.
 

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Out of curiosity, I tried Fitgirl's Super Mario 3D World Yuzu repack. It doesn't run that well on Ryzen 5 3600 + RX 5700 XT, which was kinda expected since it favors nvidia. Some textures look weird and there's a lot of stutter (probably because it's compiling shaders in the background). I'll just wait for a few years until they optimize it further, hopefully.

You can play it on cemu, without the bowser fury expansion though
 

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Out of curiosity, I tried Fitgirl's Super Mario 3D World Yuzu repack. It doesn't run that well on Ryzen 5 3600 + RX 5700 XT, which was kinda expected since it favors nvidia. Some textures look weird and there's a lot of stutter (probably because it's compiling shaders in the background). I'll just wait for a few years until they optimize it further, hopefully.

Change rendering API from OpenGL to Vulcan if you have AMD gpu. Nvidia basically shat on OpenGL standards and they moved most of the heavy lifting in OpenGL to their extensions because how fucking slow OpenGL is.

Ryzen3600 should play it at full speed with no problems. Botched graphics could be caused by worse compatibility by yuzu. So try switching to Ryujinx as it runs there without any graphical glitches.
 

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I am trying to play Mary Skelter 2 on yuzu/ryujinx (latest versions) but without success so far. While the game show a black screen on yuzu it can be started with ryujinx. My problem with ryujinx is that after the prologue (when the base has been reached and activated), every time I try to save the game, the emulator crashes. I deleted all the cashes and save game folder and tried to play it again from scratch, with the same result.
Has anyone tried it?
 

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Short mention in emu dev drama: The duckstation author has divorced itself/given up on maintaining an upstream libretro core since ca. early-mid-january, which is a lot considering the pace the emulator is continuing to be developed. (Just look here: https://github.com/stenzek/duckstation/commits/master) I think they are even going to rename the libretro core.

Which is imo why, as with Dolphin, I'd recommend the Standalone going forward.
 

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Eh for most part Beetle PSX (HW) is more than enough. Besides something like machine-accurate FF7 or something, it is still more than enough to do everything. If the alternative runs well enough in RA then I will still use RA.

For Dolphin yeah, standalone might be better, but that's because there is really no good alternative to GC emulation. PS2 also has no good cores but pcsx2 is supposedly to come "soon". The leaked core on XBOX One runs well enough in my PC anyway besides some bug.
 

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It really took me by surprise how well Yuzu is running now. On Vulkan with async shaders it's almost perfect, but there are still some frame pacing issues that I am unfortunately very sensitive about and that occur on both Vulkan and OpenGL. I don't expect it will get fixed anytime soon because most people don't really give a shit or don't notice it.

I've been having a lot of fun with Origami King and the Super Mario 3D World re-release. The only game I tried running that didn't work was the new Hyrule Warriors.



Are you using the Buffer Cache Rewrite?
 

Duraframe300

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Eh for most part Beetle PSX (HW) is more than enough. Besides something like machine-accurate FF7 or something, it is still more than enough to do everything. If the alternative runs well enough in RA then I will still use RA.

There's a lot of improvements Duckstation already employs that put it ahead of Beetle PSX (imo), not just to accuracy, but several to enhancements like PGXP too (Doing it better than any other emulator atm). So, its not just about *machine-accurate FF7*. That gap will only grow bigger if stenzek continues like this.

But I guess in the end it's up to the individual in how much he values RA. As I said, just mentioning it.
 

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Are you using the Buffer Cache Rewrite?

I'm using the latest version of Yuzu, so I imagine so. Frame pacing issues are more difficult to convey than framerate issues.

I understand what you're talking about, but higher framerate usually does help with pacing somewhat (although it's mostly up to developers, I think one of the rereleased Halo games had such issues even with 100+ FPS).
Have you tried using Vsync of some kind? Any difference between 30 and 60 caps?
 
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Are you using the Buffer Cache Rewrite?

I'm using the latest version of Yuzu, so I imagine so. Frame pacing issues are more difficult to convey than framerate issues.

I understand what you're talking about, but higher framerate usually does help with pacing somewhat (although it's mostly up to developers, I think one of the rereleased Halo games had such issues even with 100+ FPS).
Have you tried using Vsync of some kind? Any difference between 30 and 60 caps?
I usually play with Vsync off (I have a g-sync monitor) but it makes no difference in this case. I've tried every sync option under the sun and it makes no difference with regards to pacing. OpenGL seems a little better but there's a lot of stuttering and caching with OpenGL in Yuzu (even with a nVidia card) so I prefer Vulkan by far.
 
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Speaking of Yuzu, has anyone tried the latest build with Ghosts and Goblins Resurrection? The last build I tried was very glitchy. Ryujinx worked but Yuzu is a lot better, so I'd rather wait for it to work properly with that.
 

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Isn't if funny that PC gamers can get a free remaster of Super Mario 64 thanks to sm64nxBuilder and texture packs, while Switch owners pay $60 for a shitty version that isn't even widescreen. That's what happens when you spend most of your money shutting down emulation sites. It's like poetic justice.

If you happen to download the unofficial PC port, make sure to use SM64 Redrawn texture pack because it's the only one that stays true to the original. All the others are borderline autistic and completely ruin the original aesthetic.

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https://pcsx2.net/297-q4-2020-progress-report.html

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This quarter has been really amazing for us and for our users that enjoy using PCSX2.

We've made some outstanding progress, hope you guys enjoy the read
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Written by lightningterror

Core Improvements


[Enhancement] Plugins merger in to core continuation:

As we mentioned in our previous report we are continuing merging the plugins in to the core which bring us variety of benefits.

For people that used different plugins for specific features that aren't available in the plugins we merged don't worry, we are working on adding those features as well, be patient
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Currently the following plugins have been merged in to the core:

#3782 DEV9: For the DEV9 feature that handles PS2 hard disk drive and Ethernet emulation we merged the dev9ghzdrk plugin in to the core. By GovanifY.

#3756 SPU2: For the SPU2 feature that handles PS2 audio we merged the SPU2-X plugin in to the core. By GovanifY.

#3889 USB: For the USB feature we merged the USBqemu-wheel plugin in to the core. By GovanifY.

#3994 PAD: For the PAD feature that handles PS2 controller input we merged LilyPad for Windows users and OnePad 2.0 for Linux/Mac. In the future we will transition and combine both of them so all missing features get added. By GovanifY.



[Enhancement] Counters improvements:

#3785 Counters: Tighten tolerances on framelimiter and smooth out frame pacing. By RedPanda4552 and refractionpcsx2.

Comparing PCSX2's old framelimiter with RTSS showed there was room for improvement. Frametimes regularly would jump up and down in various situations. This change smooths out frame pacing substantially across the board (easily visible in RTSS). We have some comparisons below which you can see the differences, alternatively our users can check out the relative PR for more details.

Note: Master(Before) ->PR(After)

Ratchet & Clank 2

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Champions - Return to Arms

champions-return-to-arms-frame-pacing.gif


Metal Arms - Glitch in the System

metal-arms-frame-pacing.gif


#3862 Counters: account for vertical frequency differences in non-interlaced analog modes. By tadanokojin.

Timing adjustments for double strike analog modes.

Fixes Beatmania IIDX 3rd-8th Style.

7117633 Counters/Vsync: Do correct number of HBlanks per VSync for PAL/NTSC. By refractionpcsx2.



[Enhancement] MTVU improvements:

We are happy to announce that we have made great progress this time around in improving MTVU compatibility with a bunch of games. The MTVU list with remaining compatibility issues can be seen at #1669.

#4035 MTVU: Improve compatibility with games that do GS SIGNAL/LABEL/FINISH. By refractionpcsx2.

Improve compatibility with games that use FINISH/SIGNAL/LABEL on the GS through VU1 when using MTVU.

Performance impact is reasonably minimal, within a couple of percent of master. Although I cannot guarantee the reliability although it looks good, it's a huge improvement and a vast majority of the games listed are now playable with MTVU.

If a game does a double SIGNAL, that still won't work.

Fixed Games when using MTVU:

Backyard Basketball
Baroque
Batman: Vengeance
Crash Nitro Kart
Gradius V
Heatseeker
King's Field IV
Marvel Ultimate Alliance
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
MTVs Celebrity Deathmatch
Summon Night Gran-These: Horobi no Ken to Yakusoku no Kishi
Tony Hawk games
X-Men Legends 2
Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monster Coliseum

Slowdown in games using MTVU Fixed:

007 Agent Under Fire
007 Everything or Nothing
TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters Future Perfect

Homebrew Fixes:

Aura for Laura

#4043 VIF: Always update MTVU thread with Row/Col Changes. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes graphical issues in Fatal Frame 2 when swapping to MTVU.

#4053 MTVU: Clean up GS SIGNAL/LABEL/FINISH communication. By tellowkrinkle.

Fixes atomic usage and ensures all communication goes in one direction.

Also removed some forced 4-byte alignment, for 4-byte types it's unnecessary and for 8-byte types it's either unnecessary or harmful.

c9a5443 VIF: Slightly optimise when Row/Col are written to MTVU. By refractionpcsx2.

155cf38 microVU: Flush running VU1 program when toggling MTVU on. By refractionpcsx2.

7b7278b VIF: Fix MPG bug incrementing addresses properly when using MTVU. By refractionpcsx2.



[Enhancement] #3813 COP2: Make sure the status flag gets updated on DIV/SQRT/RSQRT. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes Yanya Caballista running slow (patches removed).
Fixes Disney's Treasure Planet's crazy camera (that flies off) and ground displacement.



[Enhancement] #3957 MFIFO: Maintain VIF DMA status and Empty condition on VIF reset. By refractionpcsx2.

Don't decrement/change VIF1 QWC on VIF1 FIFO write.

This involves removing an old VIF reset hack which was put in for Donald Duck Quack Attack, but doesn't seem to be needed anymore (game uses T-Bit on VU which has been fixed since this hack was placed in and could likely have been the problem).

Fixes Scarface when switching to progressive mode.

[Enhancement] microVU improvements:

0448b49 microVU: Fixed bug in E-bit conditional branches. Fixes DT Racer. By refractionpcsx2.

#3865 microVU: Fix program range wrapping. Fixes constant recompilation in IHRA Drag Racing and Dawn of Mana. By refractionpcsx2.

#3797 microVU: Make sure flags are exact on M-bit. Fixes Gungrave. By refractionpcsx2.

#3971 microVU: Keep start PC, modify prog search to avoid recompilation. By refractionpcsx2.

Fix some M-Bit stuff to reduce programs created and fix them happening on branches.

Hopefully shouldn't be much in the way of compatibility changes, but should cut down the recompilation of MicroVU0 programs due to the change in how VU0 operates and how things are going to work going forward. MGS3 went down from 115 (and climbing) to around 13. Crash Twinsanity went down from 32 by the main menu to about 15.

This also sets up some future work of synchronising VU1.

Also fixes a bug in VIF when using MTVU, fixes Def Jam Fight for NY when using MTVU, maybe others.

03445d0 microVU: Add check when loading quick block from program. By refractionpcsx2.

Sometimes (CoD Finest Hour) can somehow end up with blocks missing from a program, it still finds the current program, so we check if the block exists, if not, recompile new ones.



[Enhancement] SIF improvements:

#3808 SIF: Fix attempting to write junk when FIFO full. Fixes Ghosthunter. By refractionpcsx2.

#3779 SIF: Transfer SIF0 junk for partial QW transfers from IOP. Fixes True Crime: Streets of LA. By refractionpcsx2, backport from Dobiestation.



[Enhancement] #3955 DMA: Correctly emulate QWC 0 on NORMAL transfers. By refractionpcsx2.

This removes 2 hacks on the IPU for Enter the Matrix and Mana Khemia

On the PS2 if a NORMAL DMA transfer is started with QWC 0, the DMA overflows and transfers another 0xFFFF quadwords on top of the underflowed one, this correctly emulates that.

I did have to do a "kind of" hack to make Mana Khemia work properly, the game relies on the IPU to take some time to decode macroblocks, but we handle them instantly, so I had to place an artificial delay on starting the DMA to let it catch up and do what it needs to do. It shouldn't have any negative impacts.



[Enhancement] #3936 BIOS/HLE: Use BIOS settings on Fastboot. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes bad fonts when booting a game in fast boot.

Selects correct language for games depending on your BIOS setting when using fast boot.

It also makes normal boot works for your language even if you have a difference between BIOS region and game region but you will need to go into BIOS and apply that or let the default settings handle it based on your BIOS. #4018.

Stops games such as Guitar Hero 2 from crashing on fast boot.

Displays corrects timezones in games.



[Enhancement] #3969 IPU: Stop IPU0 looping when there's no data for it to read. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes bad slowdowns in Ratchet games when using EE Timing fix caused by bad IPU streams.



[Enhancement] VIF improvements:

678829a VIF: Don't rush finish VU programs. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes remaining SPS in Shadowman.

#4003 VIF: Don't start transfer if VIF1/0 is stalled. By refractionpcsx2.

Also Fix missing VIF status check on MFIFO.

Fixes hang in Batman Vengeance, game stalls the VIF during an MFIFO transfer then stops and starts VIF while it's stalled, in the old code this causes it to ignore the stall and continue as normal, this PR fixes that behaviour.

a4553e8 VIF: Allow VIF1 to continue if stalled and the FIFO is reversed. By refractionpcsx2.

843650e VIF: Mask VU program address on MSCAL/MSCNT instructions. By refractionpcsx2.

97b74fa VIF: MSCNT address is -1, so don't mask it. By refractionpcsx2.

2409486 VIF: Fixed undefined behaviour of Unpack V3-16 in final QW write. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes bad geometry in Homerun.



[Enhancement] #3998 VU: Synchronise VU1, added speedhack for old behaviour. By refractionpcsx2.

This synchronises VU1 with the EE and VU0 (as close as we can). A new speedhack has been added to replicate the old behaviour, which is on by default unless you're using the Safest preset. Games which require the new behaviour have an entry in the GameDB to disable it.

Fixed Games:
Fixes SPS in Shadowman 2encond Coming.
Fixes "Noodles" in Parappa the Rapper 2 (box in the top left).
Fixes floor corrupt textures and console error spam in Dropship.
Slightly improves World series baseball 2k3 but it's still broken, just doesn't run at sub 1fps anymore.



[Enhancement] SPU2 improvements:

#3961 SPU2: Delay DMA Reads to prevent overrun. By refractionpcsx2.

#3959 SPU2: Get rid of the need for delay cycles. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes the entire list of games that required alternative delay cycle handling in #2371.

Fixes sound issues in Megaman X7.

Note: This has been re implemented in Q1 with a better solution where it doesn't cause issues.

#3968 SPU2: Change VolumeSteps from 42 to 5. By RedDevilus.

This will change the jumps from 42 to 5, scroll wheel will still be 2 and all the arrows keys on 1.

3d3c039 SPU2: Fix Address masks for voices + Effect area. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes reverb in The Suffering.

[Enhancement] USB improvements:

#4042 USB: Force Feedback fixes. By CookiePLMonster.

This PR partially addresses #3926 and corrects a range of issues with wheel's Force Feedback emulation.

[Enhancement] CDVD improvements:

#3877 CDVD: Adjust read speed depending on if in inner/outer edge. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes Shadowman 2 Second Coming textures.
Fixes Arctic Thunder loading problems.
Fixes looping music on ONI title screen and skipping dialogues.
Fixes Klonoa 2 missing audio.
Fixes SPS at the beginning of matches in Next Generation Tennis 2003 (Ronald Garros).

#3899 CDVD: Check register 14 (ps1 status register) for cd speed and CDDA. By kenshen112(weirdbeardgame).



[Enhancement] DEV9 improvements:

#3740 DEV9: New TAP based networking interface. By GovanifY.

A new TAP based networking interface was added to DEV9, which is usually a cleaner and simpler solution than the libpcap based one we used up until now. This essentially mirrors the inner workings of all modern VPNs.

#4021 DEV9: Cancel read of TAP device on suspend/shutdown. By TheLastRar.



Note: Wincap removal is not mentioned as it's re added in Q1 with some modifications.

[Enhancement] #3928 GameDB: Replace GameDB with a YAML equivalent. By xTVaser (Tyler Wilding).

Improve the format of the current GameDB slightly and simplify the code around the handling the file itself. Before it was an extended .ini file format that relied on WX libraries.

Serve as a proof of concept for the YAML library / format that will be coming soon with the larger configuration overhaul.



[Enhancement] Misc core improvements:

#3791 PGIF/PS1: Correct PGIF Register bit masks. By Nobbs66.

#3806 Gamefix: Purge FMV in SW gamefix. By tadanokojin.

The gamefix/hack was broken and kind of pointless, it will be better to properly fix the issues instead so we got rid of it.

#3844 CDVD: Fix iLinkId issues, fixes timing issues with some BIOS revisions on Time Crisis 2 and 3. By kozarovv.

0d1a583 DMA: Handle undefined Chain mode tags. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes DT Racer speed issues.

#3874 JIT: Fix FPU IEEE float conversion on x64. By GovanifY.

#3778 IOP DMA: Always fire interrupts for SIF0/SIF1. By refractionpcsx2 and PSI-Rockin, backport from Dobiestation.

Fixes Knockout Kings 2001 hang on boot. For more technical information please see this post.

#3935 Core: Don't reopen everything when we just want to reopen the CDVD. By TheLastRar.

#3743 Core: send osd log event when snapshot is taken. By tadanokojin.

#3604 PNACH: New patch type: apply repeating codes also on load. By GovanifY.

#3651 x86emitter: Register class improvements. By tellowkrinkle.

#4023 GS: Properly mirror GS reads to CSR. By tadanokojin and refractionpcsx2.

Puts in the correct behaviour for GS reads.

Fixes Supadoopa's Funslower demo.

c998a51 IOP DMA: Only acknowledge SPU2 DMA interrupt if DMA hasn't been cancelled. By refractionpcsx2.

Fixes Gregory Horror Show bad audio.

TAS (Tool Assisted Speedrun) Utility Improvements


#3627 Recording: Add menu items for recording controls with keyboard shortcuts. By xTVaser (Tyler Wilding) and sonicfind.

#3356 Recording: Overhaul of Recording Tool's VirtualPad. By xTVaser (Tyler Wilding).

#4047 Recording: Properly cancel an input recording on a bad initial savestate. By sonicfind.

#3789 Recording: Resolve VirtualPads not drawing for some games. By sonicfind.

#3845 GUI: Internalize VirtualPad and Upgrade NewRecordingFrame. By sonicfind.

Simplifies virtualPad access. This will be useful later down the line when more virtualPads are added.

NewRecordingFrame has improved functionality.

GSdx Improvements


#3858 GSdx: Properly init gsclut function ptrs. By tadanokojin.

GS reads lower 3 bits of PSM to determine if format is 8/4 bit and thus whether to write the clut into the clut buffer. Behavior is now correctly emulated.

Fixes international superstar soccer.

#3873 GSdx-hw: Cleanup blending code a bit. By lightningterror.

#3765 Gsdx-hw: Move EmulateAtst in common hw renderer code. By lightningterror.

Use shared code, instead of duplicates for each renderer.

#3905 GSdx: Remove TV Shader hotkey toggle (F7). By lightningterror.

Plenty of users misclicked this setting and don't know how to switch back since it's a rarely used option. We got rid of the hotkey toggle for a quality of life change.

#3891 GSdx-hw: Don't always set MaxDepth on ps/fs. By lightningterror.

Seems that it provides a very small fps increase.

#3880 GSdx: Change DATE accuracy option from a list to a checkbox. By lightningterror.

For OpenGL it will behave as previously if Full option was selected (more accurate).

For Direct3D10/11 it will behave as previously if Basic option was selected (less accurate).

#3927 GSdx-ogl: Fix anisotropic filtering on OpenGL. By lightningterror.

Anisotropic filtering was broken on OpenGL ever since Trilinear filtering was introduced (1.3.1 era), hopefully nobody noticed and we fixed the issue
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Note that it won't work properly on AMD due to broken driver, issue has been reported and they are working on a fix.

#3714 GSdx-ogl: Check MinMax for PSConstantBuffer. By lightningterror.

Fixes Silent Hill 3 character textures.

#3985 GSdx: Remove some broken buffer width correction code. By tadanokojin.

Removes some code that was meant to correct a condition on the GS where 8-bit and 4-bit formats are assigned a buffer width that is not divisible by 2. Given that the code just forced it to be even (almost certainly not correct) and was some kind of workaround dating back 13 years I'm opting to remove it. If someone can give me an example of a game that is broken without this code I'll look into it again but it seems like a fairly rare condition.

Fixes graphical issues in Galaxy Angel.

List of removed CRC hacks:

#3908 Star Wars - Force Unleashed. Hack replaced by a gamedb patch since it's not a GSdx issue. By kozarovv.

56893a0 Removed/merged duplicate hacks for Radiata Stories, Star Ocean 3, and Valkyrie Profile 2. By lightningterror.

d0dd60f Bleach Blade Battlers. Hack no longer needed, effects rendered properly. By lightningterror.

d5adcdd God of War 2. Hack partially removed because upscaling issues can not be resolved with upscaling hacks. By lightningterror.

85c3ee8 Sly 2 and 3. Hacks removed, effects emulated properly, upscaling issues can be resolved with upscaling hacks. By lightningterror.

Misc Improvements


#3531 GUI: Add "Screenshot As..." feature to Capture options. By xTVaser (Tyler Wilding).

#4007 GUI: Fixes speedhacks panel from shrinking when moving the slider, most noticeable when using DPI scaling. By tadanokojin.

#3633 Misc: More Mac build/fixes. By tellowkrinkle.

#4044 PAD-Windows: Remove obsolete code related to the output window. By MrCK1.
 

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