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  1. Any updates? Else I'd have to go back to the stand alone version :-(
  2. Using my desktop shortcut with a small addition to generate high res screenshots: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Guild Wars 2\Gw2-64.exe" -bmp
  3. @Brisk67@LEOkonami At first I thought it did (I could at least install it the way Brisk suggested), but whenever I select any preset, nothing changes at all. Then I checked in my GW2 folder and saw, that only the last installation in the GW2 main folder (so not the bin sub folders) is altered upon selecting any presets. I uninstalled it the way the app told me (run app without runing game), but it only removed the last installation (in the GW2 main folder). I deleted the SweetFX folders in the bin and bin64 folder in order to reinstall it with the last location in the bin64 folder. I installed in in the GW2 main folder (not yet in the other two), and this worked. I uninstalled it again just to install in only in the bin64 folder without success. So I think what causes the error: app is only detected in the GW2 main folder, not in the bin folders. Without the working installation in the bin folder your game is runing in, you can't use the app. @Brisk67: I bet your SweetFX presets aren't changing, are they?
  4. Still not working for me. It constantly says "The installation could not be verified. Reshade wasn't loaded by the game. You may have picked the wrong installation folder or architecture for your game." This is not true, because I know where the game is installed, and I know it is stored in the bin64 folder and I know I have to select 64-bit and DirectX9. The SweetFX folder was, however, placed in the bin64 folder and the files seem to be contained in it too. Just the verficiation of the addon doesn't work apparently. Any hints?