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ReShade Tutorial 1.0 : How to Install

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ReShade Tutorial 1.0 : How to Install
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CaptMurphy
08.25.2015 , 06:52 AM | #11
I don't know. A lot of the armors in game right now look pretty bad when dyed because the colors are just too bold. Based on what I'm seeing in the preview pic, I'm afraid this ReShade would only make that problem worse.

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fifteenspade
08.25.2015 , 08:37 AM | #12
Quote: Originally Posted by CaptMurphy View Post
I don't know. A lot of the armors in game right now look pretty bad when dyed because the colors are just too bold. Based on what I'm seeing in the preview pic, I'm afraid this ReShade would only make that problem worse.
You have to understand that this is just my preset. ReShade can look vastly different depending how you set it up.

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EricMusco
08.25.2015 , 08:54 AM | #13 This is the last staff post in this thread.  
Hey folks,

I am closing this thread and have removed the copy from the original post. I want to reiterate, any 3rd party software used in conjunction with SWTOR is against our Rules of Conduct.

I realize this thread is likely due to this quote from a PM sent to a user:
Quote:
While ReShade isn't raising any particular flags with our Security team, third party software that modifies the game is always against the Rules of Conduct. Take that as you will.
I want to reiterate, this wasn't permission to use ReShade. Look, we know some people may try to use software like it and Unleashed, but they are against our Rules of Conduct and so we won't allow posts like this on the official forums.

Thanks!

-eric

Edit - it is Rules of Conduct and not Terms of Service
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