Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Quern Undying Thoughts [DX11]

Use <F1> key to change HUD depth

  1. Download this ZIP file and extract the contents into the game directory.
  2. In your Steam library, right click on "Quern Undying Thoughts" and select "Properties"
  3. Click "Set Launch Options"
  4. In the box, type " -window-mode exclusive" and click "Ok"
  5. If you use not steam version in desktop shortcut's properties in object field add " -window-mode exclusive" after 'Quern.exe'.
I made this using DarkStarSword's Unity template.
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  1. Thanks for your great fix for this beautiful game neovad.

  2. Thank you for your hard work Neovad!

  3. oooh a new shaderhacker ?? congrats Neovad !

  4. couldnt get this to work it just hangs, i added the launch options and extracted to the folder, can anyone confirm if theirs is working?

  5. Thank you for this fix neovad...

  6. Hi
    I followed the instructions above but the game doesn't seem to be fixed for me. It looks okay in 3D on very low quality, but on any quality setting above "very low" the 3D looks messed up. Here's a comparison of what the game looks like on very low quality and ultra quality:

    To be honest, I'd rather forget about 3D altogether if I'd have to play on very low quality, so I'm hoping someone will be able to help me. The game version I'm running is 1.2.0.

    I've tried the obvious stuff like restarting the computer, and uninstalling the fix and copying the files again. I've also made sure that I copied "-window-mode exclusive" (without the quotation marks) into the launch options.

    Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated!


    1. Looks like there were a bunch of game updates since then, so most likely the fix is broken because of that. Would need someone to refix the fix, or you can download the old version by manifest.

      A lot of times game updates don't change much other than look, which is where running old versions can be good.

    2. Would be worth trying manifest=1483575199402441104 as matching time when fix worked.

  7. Hi
    Thanks for the suggestion. I used the "Betas" tab of the game properties window in Steam to downgrade the game to version 1.1.0, and now the 3D fix seems to be working fine. I can't imagine what they could have changed in a "minor" patch to break the 3D so thoroughly, but at least it's working now!

    You talked about trying a certain manifest. Just for future reference, what is a manifest and how do you revert to a particular manifest version?

    Thanks for your help.

    1. OK, good to know. The Betas tab sometimes has older versions, depends upon the developer. The SteamDB approach will always work, but is harder to use. See this thread for details.