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Missing Bullet Holes & Sounds

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Biofreak03

Hello.

I downloaded Renegade about a week ago and noticed that there are no bullet holes or scorch marks when I shoot things.  I also can't hear different sounds from when I shoot different things. (glass/metal/etc)

Windows 10.  Command & Conquer™ The Ultimate Collection.  Patch 4.6  8270.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

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shaitan

See if turning up your Performance settings inside Options helps(or wwconfig.exe inside \renegade\). That's usually the one for the bullet holes thing.

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Mikey

I second what Shai said about the wwconfig, I personally play on lowest detail settings and I still hear all sounds and as far as I remember the bulletholes don't appear on that setting.

I once has an issue with the sound of tanks I used wwconfig, simply changed everything to max then put it back to where it was and that seemed to fix it, not sure why but it did.

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rackz
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If you have an extra soundcard then you need to put your sound output to stereo (i have to do that on some youtube vids otherwise i have no sound).

Also you can change the decal limit (bulletholes) by creating a hud.ini in your renegade/data folder, all you have to do is to put this in:

 

[General]
decallimit=5000       (256 is standard i think)

 

i used 10k for a while, the whole map got black after a short time in a 20vs20 war lol

 

http://rencorner.com/index.php?/topic/10148-extended-decal-limit-texture/&tab=comments#comment-77679

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masscarriers

Don't forget to open wwconfig as an Admin (Through right clicking), otherwise modifications won't actually take place.

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Biofreak03
21 hours ago, shaitan said:

See if turning up your Performance settings inside Options helps(or wwconfig.exe inside \renegade\). That's usually the one for the bullet holes thing.

This worked.  Thank you all for your help.

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