"Just remember what ol' Jack Burton does when the earth quakes, the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake. Yeah, Jack Burton just looks that big old storm right in the eye and says, 'Give me your best shot. I can take it.'" -- Big Trouble in Little China
Its bugged in EQ. The patch said they fixed but they lied. Heres how I got mine working with a raedon 9600. Patch test and get the new eqgfx_dx8.dll. Save this somewhere and patch back to live. Exit the patcher and copy the saved dll back to the eq directory. Run "eqgame patchme" to bypass the patcher and you have a working target ring. Edited by: Lindianae at: 12/19/03 9:57 pm
There are/were bugs with ATI cards not drawing it properly. Possibly some NVIDIA cards too? Anyway, sounds like they got it fixed (via the file from Test).
Quote: Only thing that worked for me was making sure those targetting files were in the ui folder for the UI I use.
Yes. Even though the files are in the UI directory, they're technically not part of the UI structure. EQ only looks in the specified UI directory once. It doesn't fall back to the default. If you're using a custom UI, you need to put the files into that UI's directory, as that's the only place it will look for them. -------------------------