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I installed the GLSL Shaders Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2 with Magic Launcher.

When I try to open a ShaderPack(SEUS v10.0 Lite.zip), I get a message:

"[Shaders] Error: Invalid program gbuffers_textured_lit"

and a red screen(See Screenshot 1).

But with another pack(SEUS v10.0 Standard.zip), it gives me small, blue screens in the bottom-left corner(See Screenshot 2). It also gives me the message:

"[Shaders] Error: Invalid program gbuffers_textured_lit".

Screenshot 1: screenshot 1 Screenshot 2: screenshot2 Anyone knows how to fix this?

I am using Windows 8 and Minecraft 1.5.2 (While using Magic Launcher for mod installing).

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What version of Minecraft did you install the mod on? –  RavenM Dec 24 '13 at 19:14
    
minecraft 1.5.2 with magic launcher –  nelson2tm Dec 24 '13 at 19:24
    
Could just be my imagination, but could this be a library that should be installed/is found through another installation method of these mods? –  Cole Busby Dec 30 '13 at 17:18
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Change line 47 in composite.vsh from 'float timePow = 2.0f;' to 'float timePow = 3.0f; Changing it will get rid of the Invalid Program Composite error.

--Source

Possible change for Minecraft 1.6.2, may work for minecraft 1.5.2. Let me know if this helps, I'll keep looking otherwise.

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I have reinstalled all packages, i have changed 'float timePow = 2.0f;' to 'float timePow = 3.0f' and i get even more errors (even with unchanged), with dome packs it works, but with SEUS v10.0 standart.zip not. errors: invalid program invalid_textured_lit and invalid program final. –  nelson2tm Jan 5 at 11:53
    
What other mods are you using @nelson2tm? –  Cole Busby Jan 6 at 19:59
    
optifine, because it is required for the glsl shaders mod @cole-busby –  nelson2tm Apr 11 at 13:46
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