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46 minutes ago, thelonelyme said:

so, the issue can be fixed? I dont need to change my own settings? if I do, I understand, but should I wait for a fix?

 

The issue is caused by the sharpening feature being enabled in the global settings, which forces it to be applied to all applications.

You should be able to turn it off in global settings and enable it for individual games using the program settings.

 

On 11/7/2019 at 12:49 PM, Rick Brewster said:

Yeah there will always be "issues" if you go into the NVIDIA control panel and force it to globally enable things that are really meant for games. It's a bad design on NVIDIA's part, IMO.

 

You found the solution though: don't do that :) There's nothing I can do on the app side.

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Don't turn on sharpening globally. Turn it on for each game. There's no possible fix on my side, you just have to avoid using global settings like this. It's just a dumb thing NVIDIA did with their driver.

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