I will help you get the most out of Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, it’s one of the best first person shooter games out there. We’re going to have to change the configuration file located outside of the game’s root folder because the ingame options are really limited.
I’m going to show you how to edit that file so that you can get rid of the black borders and make some other changes.
Call of Juarez Gunslinger – Black Border and Other Fixes
Locating the Config File
You need to first locate the config file for Gunslinger. By default the location should be:
Right-click the file and select “Edit with notepad/notepad++”
Renaming The File
if you happen to use Notepad instead of Notepad++, simply rename the file from Video.scr to Video.txt.
We will be editing this file for the next step of removing the black bars and borders, and use the game at true fullscreen.
Removing black borders and black bars (Fullscreen Fix)
You just need to add a line at the bottom and end of the file to remove the painted borders:
If you want to make the game truly fullscreen, you need to add this line at the bottom and the end of the file:
Changing the FOV in Gunslinger
• To change the console-like FOV you just need to add this line at the bottom and end of the file:
You can enter values between 80 and 110. Personally i recommend to use 100. The default FOV is 82.72.
How To Enable Anti-Aliasing (fixes)
To enable the Anti-aliasing setting you need to:
- Search the line FSAA(0) and change it to FSAA(1)
Changing the Anisotropic setting
To change the Anisotropic setting you need to:
- Search the line Filtering(Anisotropic)
- Change the value (Anisotropic) by the one you desire
- From left to right increasingly GPU intensive) Bilinear, Trilinear, Anisotropic, AnisotropicTrilinear
That is all I have to share in this guide for Call of Juarez Gunslinger – Black Border and Other Fixes.
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