Dec 7, 2015 at 9:41pm #94130
Please take ESO off the supported games list. It’s false advertising for future buyers of vorpx.Dec 7, 2015 at 9:45pm #94133RalfKeymaster
Are you using the latest version of vorpX? ESO support was broken with 0.9.0, but that was fixed with 0.9.1, which was also confirmed by the user who reported the issue with 0.9.0. If it does not work with 0.9.1 on your machine there probably is a system specific issue. In that case please first check the trouble shooting guide in the help.
Also please make sure to run the game with DX9 to get G3D support. If applying the DX9 renderer with the game optimizer fails, use the ini setting described here:Dec 7, 2015 at 9:56pm #94142
Support probably got broken in an update. ESO is updated a lot.Dec 7, 2015 at 10:08pm #94154
I have already tried that. ESO no longer works. Please do not have games on your supported list that do not work. It’s dishonest to potential customers.Dec 7, 2015 at 10:11pm #94159RalfKeymaster
Please mind your words, thanks. It’s a bit rash to conclude that there is a general issue just because something does not work anymore on your machine.
Works like it should here with the latest ESO patch which was just installed.
@ All : if anyone else is having this problem (ESO not working), please report back here, so that a potential general issue can be looked into. Ideally with an exact description of what happens (or not).Dec 8, 2015 at 6:57am #94695Hannes66Participant
Eso still works. There are no problems with the new updat.
greetings HannesFeb 23, 2016 at 10:12pm #97300iankempParticipant
@ All : if anyone else is having this problem (ESO not working), please report back here, so that a potential general issue can be looked into. Ideally with an exact description of what happens (or not).
Maybe you can fix the Game Settings Optimzier in the next version. With 0.91 it tries to edit the UserSettings.txt in Documents\Elder Scrolls Online\live
New paths are \liveeu or \liveus
And the resolution settings are strange in fullscreen. The game tries to use always the desktop resolution and if you change the resolution it interpolates to desktop resolution. For me it works to edit the windowed resolution in UserSettings.txt
SET WindowedHeight “*”
SET WindowedWidth “*”
and set it to windowed ingame.
And does anybody have an idea, what the original FOV is? The slider seems to be percentage, so FOV 130 is +30% from original,
original value seems like 50° vert = 79° horiz
Atm I try different resolutions and FOV settings. i would appreciate any suggestions for 1st person view.
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