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post #11 of 17
Thread Starter 
I'm with you on that. And this is going to get very confusing as we have the same avatar redface.gif
post #12 of 17
I hate the sun flares too, the only thing is that the flashlights are brighter the the dang sun!! They need to fix that Imo.
post #13 of 17
Thread Starter 
Oh yeah, I hadn't noticed they still had not fixed that since the beta.

DICE -__-
post #14 of 17
anyone mind posting some before/after screens?
post #15 of 17
Thread Starter 
Sure, I'll get some up later today.
post #16 of 17
As I remember correctly from the beta you can open the config file with wordpad and it will work just as good as notepad++ would.
post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by Hawk777th;15564760 
Just giving you a heads up. Do as you wish. I am very familiar with what PB looks at, and monitors.

PB is very early in its cycle with BF3 and may not be looking at everything yet. But it will be eventually. Just like it does with BC2.

This is why it will boot you for MSI Afterburner or Steam overlay. As I said before it has parameters that are set in and if you CFG file exceeds them...BAN. People may be tweaking within the limits so far. If you go to far and its another story.

Where does it state it scans anything else then the game folder and what is running in memory? AFAIK it does not scan anything inside the my documents folder. Punkbuster does not ban anyone from tweaking the config files. It can only ban you if you modify any files in the gamefolder or are running a detected cheat. This game also has no cvars. So you cannot get kicked that way either.

If you find the perfect balance linkin93, I would love to know smile.gif
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