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    Default Sweet FX in Pinball FX2

    So I've seen some people asking for more options with graphics and what not, so I thought I'd share this. I use sweet fx in a lot of games I play, so I thought I'd try it on Pinball fx2 to see what it would do. I saw some people asking about bloom, and this can change that for you. here is the link. In the images, I'm using a preset for torchlight 2, since I thought it did a good job.

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    I'm using this too. There's a more complete SFX database here if you're interested:

    http://sfx.thelazy.net/games/

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    Thanks for the tip! I was one of a few that mentioned the overly bright tables and it is only that preventing me from re-buying all the tables for Steam. The ball is the biggest culprit.

    I will try and set this up. Could you recommended any settings for FX?

    Thanks

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    Actually, there's a configuration tool now that you can run while the game is up. This way you can change settings and reload in-game to change on the fly, so to speak. You could give that a shot.

    The Configurator
    http://sweetfx.thelazy.net/

    A tutorial vid
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxFOx-9wZPM

    Hope you get it to your liking. I'd hate to loose out on these amazing tables because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xaphian View Post
    Actually, there's a configuration tool now that you can run while the game is up. This way you can change settings and reload in-game to change on the fly, so to speak. You could give that a shot.

    The Configurator
    http://sweetfx.thelazy.net/

    A tutorial vid
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxFOx-9wZPM

    Hope you get it to your liking. I'd hate to loose out on these amazing tables because of this.
    Many thanks again. I will play with that tonight.

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