here's a pretty up to date guide by the same guy who wrote the incredibly detailed nvidia optimization guide for skyrim.
It talks about a whole bunch of different things that sb should know who is fiddeling around with his or her nvidia CP.
Check it out!
I will dig into it. Maybe I can find something really interesting.
By the way, does anybody of you know what "Extension limit" in Nvidia Inspector does? Just being curious ;-)
If your signature is suddenly all messed up, apologies. We rebuilt some of the DB tables, and due to content caching (I assume), the BB code is shining through.
Go into your profile: user name (upper right of forum page) > My Settings > Signature edit your signature by simply clicking on the little switch icon in the upper left of the editor window (this converts the signature 'post' to BB code) Simply click this button again to re-interpret the BB code into applicable styling save changes Sorry about the inconvenience!
UPDATE: caching may have caught up and resolved all of these issues.
STEP Forum Tags
Thread tagging is a method of forum information management. Tags are searchable via the â€œAdvanced Searchâ€ (the little gear that next to the forum search magnifying glass at top right of the forums). Tags can be created by all Members for any thread during thread creation or thread edit (using â€œfull editorâ€). When a tag is added to a forum thread, it is automatically associated with other threads sharing that same tag. Tags are â€˜clickableâ€™. This means that any tag listed under a forum or thread title can be clicked on to bring up a page listing all threads that use that tag. Tags are regularly maintained by our staff so that they are as meaningful as possible. Misspellings corrected Like/redundant tags consolidated under a unifying tag name Highly specific tags grouped into more general tags STEP Forum Prefix Tags
Forum prefixes are keywords used in thread titles as a visual indicator of the threadâ€™s content. The STEP forums use â€œPrefix Tagsâ€, which are simply thread prefixes that behave like tags (see above). Prefix tags can be selected during thread creation or OP edit (using the â€œfull editorâ€). Only one thread prefix can be selected, so it should be the most relevant applicable. The prefix can always be changed later. Prefix tags are still tags, so they can be clicked on to generate a list of threads sharing the prefix/tag that was clicked. Prefix tags are pre-configured by our staff, so they are only available within certain forums. Mods Forum
The most important use of prefix tags is within the Mods forums. This has been implemented so that STEP can support mod suggestions pertaining to different Bethesda games like Fallout, Oblivion, and Morrowind in addition to Skyrim. This way, all of these mod discussions can be consolidated and remain.
When creating this thread, I typed "admin,info" (without the quotes) into the "Topic Tags" filed. This instructed the forum software to categorize this thread into two groups defined by the tags, 'admin' and 'info'. Later, if i want to search for all threads containing information about 'admin' or 'info', this thread will come up in the search results.
These tags are listed at the top of this page underneath the thread title, or they also appear under the thread title in the parent page where all topics (threads) are listed.
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