Divinity Original Sin: Gameplay Settings



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Divinity: Original Sin Gameplay Settings

These are the Gameplay settings in the game Divinity: Original Sin:

Enable dual dialogs

As you are playing in a party, the two main heroes will periodically want to talk to one another about recent events or argue about a decision. If you would rather not have these dialogs, you can turn off this feature.

Esc closes all windows

Selecting this option will let the Esc button on your keyboard close in-game windows when pressed.

Combat Log Filters

These check boxes determine what is recorded in the Game Log. These filters can also be enabled and disabled within the game.

Combat Actions

Select this if you want to see details about combat actions in battle.

Dialog Logging

Select this if you want to have dialogs with other characters logged and displayed.

Dice Rolls

Select this if you want to record the dice rolls that occur.

Item Interaction

Select this if you want to record your interaction with items.

Enable edge panning

This allows you to push the camera in any direction by moving your mouse to the edge of the screen. If set, you can also set the Panning Speed bar anywhere from -3 (slowest panning) to 3 (fastest panning). When this is disabled, you can still move the camera with the arrow keys.

Quick saves

This bar determines how many files are used for quick saves. The more quick saves you have, the more points you will have to return to; however, save games also use more hard drive space.

Auto saves

This bar determines how many files are used for auto saves. The more auto saves you have, the more points you will have to return to; however, auto saves also use more hard drive space.