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What developer/team thought that this would be a fucking brilliant option to put in this in a game?

Btw there is no VSync option, just “Limit to 30 FPS”

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  • 19
    Do you see tearing?
    What the hell... Is this a screenshot of a photo of a screen? What the fuck, man.
  • 15
    Did you just post a Screenshot of a picture of a computer screen?
  • 5
    These things are actually useful on a weaker gpu so you get a stable 30 as opposed to jumping up and down
  • 5
    @Froot it's also useful if it's a slow pace game and you prefer lower power consumption over high refresh animations
  • 1
    @electrineer, @PrivateGER didn’t realise that, It’s the only way I can mark up pictures on iPhone that is aware of

    @Froot I’m not saying it’s not useful, because it is. It’s that although I have a free sync monitor, i would prefer a VSync option as well as a limit FPS, but the latter is supported by my video driver software
  • 3
    @err-occured iPhone is very hard to use if that's correct
  • 1
    @electrineer it’s not hard to use, some things could be a little better
  • 0
    @err-occured at least on my iphone 6 I can take a screenshot with the home button + the right one that shuts of the screen. Press them together and you have a screenshot stored in pictures.
  • 4
    @Voxera I'm afraid you missed the point here
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    @Voxera It’s marking up a screenshot. If I have to highlight something in a photo. I have to screenshot the photo in order to add annotations to it. I can’t open up the photo editor and add annotations.

    I know on Android you can, but that depends on the manufacturer of the device, and yes, I know there are apps for iPhone that does what android does but I can’t be bothered to find one that works for me
  • 0
    Human eye can only see 24FPS anyway.
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