How to create a new profile for not yet supported game?

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  • #200677
    zhdun
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    Hello, i would like to try creating a new profile for a game (stationeers) that is not yet supported and where no user profiles exist yet in the cloud. Is there a guide or any documentation on this topic?

    #200682
    Ogrescar
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    #200683
    zhdun
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    awesome, thank you.
    Stationeers is using unity as far i know.

    #200684
    zhdun
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    hm, i was able to apply Base Unity 5 profile. Works pretty well out of the box. Z3D looks realy good. G3D too, also almost without performance loss. However in G3D shadows seem to be off a little. Guess some shader needs to be fixed.

    But i wasn’t able to activate the shader authoring page as described in the guide. I have activated both “Expert Settings” and “G3D authoring”. But pressing CTRL+END does nothing. Any help on that?

    #200685
    zhdun
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    never mind my last comment. Restarted vorpx, now it came up. Was able to find and fix the broken shader by applying matrix invert mode to it. Now enjoying the game in full G3D, that was awesome, thank you again Ogrescar.

    #200689
    Ogrescar
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    Ralf deserves the thanks. I just pointed you to a web page.

    #200691
    zhdun
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    Appretiating Ralf too. I found more shadow glitches, so gonna try to fix them too before publishing the profile. Those seem to be less trivial but lets see.

    #200692
    Ogrescar
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    Shadows are always a bit of a hassle. I usually set them as user defined shadows so that they can be switched on/off in the vorpx menu (display or image tab, can’t recall which).

    #200696
    zhdun
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    i can of course just switch off shadows in the games options, and the glitches go away, but i want to try to preserve them. For stationeers shadows is not just eye candy. Shadows cast on solar panel in example affect its output, so you better don’t place solar panels in shady places.

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