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Re: New Renderer (OpenGL 3.3)
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In fact I didn't lose any files thanks to the man who repaired my computer. In fact I will need to tidy up the source files folder. For some UI elements I redid them but for some I upscaled. I made the mod to be usable up to 4K or 8K.
I have some masters that aren't as big as my target specifications so I need to upscale them. It's the occasion to burn my CPU !
And Freelancer's UI resolution management is very odd some time for a big element on screen you have a tiny icon and vice versa, it's hard to have a clear image of how it will looks ingame.
I started working on it mid 2017.

I'm also using Meshlab's Twosteps smoothing to smooth the 3D models after subdividing them. Starlancer 3D models can be smoothed with it and every other games that has extremely low poly meshes.

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