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Old 2nd Jun 2009, 09:59 PM   #7
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 Originally Posted by Machine: ( link to post ) 
I used OpenGL because DirectX was too dark.

One trick I used to use was get to the menu, alt+tab out the game, and go back in again. That increased the gamma for some reason on my old box.
This is something I used to have to do too.

 Originally Posted by Bandit: ( link to post ) 
Default OpenGL driver will not make a change.
You will need this: http://www.cwdohnal.com/utglr/
Bandit might be right.. I faintly remember using this.

One other point of interest is that sometimes if TUT crashes or doesn't close right, it might leave your monitor in super-bright mode. You can dl a program called SetGamma.exe to fix it. Just run it after the game is over.. or make it part of a batch file that runs after tut ends.
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