I personally can't see the lack of AA in-game because I generally can't see aliasing in games, but every time I post screenshots people complain about the lack of AA and in screens, if I zoom in I see it too.
I tried setting force anti aliasing to true in the iceconfig.ini, but that just messed up my game's resolution, so I just put it back to the default false setting.
I'm using iCenhancer 2.1 with ENB 0.82b by Boris
Another setting I could use some help with are the some of the game's light sources, like traffic lights, front and back car lights at night and so on. They don't seem to have a nice "glow" to them, so I'm not sure if there's anything I can do to increase the glow but not by much.
have you tried using FXAA for nvidia video cards or MLAA for ati/amd video cards. there are also programs to force on AA but those are sometimes hit or miss. --- i still haven't found what i'm looking for...
Oh and i tried tinkering with some settings, but my nights are too dark I can't seem to figure out what would make the ambient light at night somewhat brighter, if ambient light is what i need to increase that is. --- http://youtube.com/user/ShinigamiKiba http://shinigamikiba.deviantart.com/gallery/
guess using fxaa.dll didn't work either I suppose I'll just settle for playing without AA, I can't see the difference anyways, but I can't share screenshots with people because they can and complain about the lack of AA saying my game looks ugly :( --- http://youtube.com/user/ShinigamiKiba http://shinigamikiba.deviantart.com/gallery/
did you activate FXAA in the nvidia control panel? that's what i did on my GTX670 when playing through GTA4+EFLC last summer. you could also try "nvidia inspector" to force AA. --- i still haven't found what i'm looking for...