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Posted - 21/09/2004 :  17:22:31  Show Profile  Visit el_espaniol's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I'm newbie in this forum. Really cool and nice news to see kind persons to make efforts to keep alive the 3Dfx drivers. I have an old VoodooBanshee ( Diamond©MonsterFusion ); so I've installed the MesaFX©
to see what happens in my favorite game : Half-Life.....
To say SUPERB is short...These guys they have made a really good job...!!!. Congs.
The question is : Is there any way to put the Mesa cpan.exe in the 3DfxTools Advanced Properties tab...????
Thanks Again and keep going with this remarkable job...



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Posted - 22/09/2004 :  08:39:21  Show Profile  Visit dborca's Homepage  Send dborca a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
thanks for the praise.

and to answer your question: we don't have the 3dfxTools sourcecode. it might be possible (to some extent) to add new features to the original tool, but i'm not that much of a windoze guy.

the trick lies with some registry entries. maybe 3dfxTools specification (available somewhere on FalconFly) could be of some assistance.

Daniel Borca
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Posted - 25/09/2004 :  02:21:18  Show Profile  Visit el_espaniol's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Dear Mr DBorca:

It's OK for me:

MesaFX© rocks in my old VoodooBanshee. You'll see not quality diference against a Radeon9200 or a G-Force2 card ( Im'not kidding about it ) runing OpenGL games.
I've tried some time ago SciTech's GLDirect driver ( ...must be named GLPain... ) So, Congratulations again for Your great Job. I'm really happy...!!!
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