Originally Posted by aussiebum
Awesome. One app suggestion for Pro key users - for per-app basis config section, would you be able to add a grouping for apps that *have* a CF3D per-app config setup? Would be easier to manage and figure out which apps have been configured to use CF3D and which haven't. Thanks!
One question - how does "Fix Market" work? Does it just set your market ID to masquerade as a Tegra 2 device, or..?
Also, some slight feedback - Dungeon Defenders (using Qualcomm plugin for "Desire" (well my old HD2) data files) launches to menu and renders fine, but I get a black screen after about 15-20 secs. Pressing the back menu key causes the quit dialog to appear (and I can see DunDef in the background behind the pop up), but if I press "No" it just goes back to the black screen.
Will try more 3d apps and report back on compatibility. Amazing work! (and to whoever wrote those plugins... thanks )
Re: the app list; I'll look into it. Might be something that goes into the next version
Had actually thought about it, but haven't gotten to implementing it.
Re: fix market; no, it does not fake Tegra. Chainfire3D is plugin based. OpenGL works with providing "feature identifiers". Fix market simply tells market which features Chainfire3D itself + the installed plugins provide. However, you will still have to configure whatever you download correctly, because not everything Chainfire3D tells Market your device has will be available for each plugin (that depends on the plugin code... and I didn't write those plugins, so I can't be certain what/who/where...)
As for Dungeon Defenders on your device, sorry, but there is very little to be said about it. Chainfire3D does some compatibility stuff, but it can't do magic. Your device needs enough free RAM, your chipset needs to provide certain features, etc. Exactly what will differ per app. The first thing to try, however, is go into app-specific config, disable all features except selecting a plugin, and the ONLY select "reduce texture quality
". One thing is for sure, Dungeon Defenders is one of the heaviest games there is... it won't run without a fight