In Windows 8/8.1, click on the View tab and then select the “Hidden items” check box.
With that, SCMR is done for the foreseeable future.The extent of the performance hit varies from system to system, further suggesting it’s related to video drivers.Lower graphics settings for the time being, or run the game in bootcamp.This is an instructable for fixing the bad graphic colors in Starcraft if your running Windows Vista or Windows 7. Kerrigan finally looks normal on the load screen, and all menus are looking back to the original! i had a similar thing with Age of Empires 2 which looked really creepy on W7.There are 3 ways to do this, screen resolution window, run in Compatibility Mode, and a file. I made two small changes to your batch file:1: I used %~dp0% which is the batch file's current filepath, used to find easier.2: By running 'start explorer.exe' instead of 'explorer.exe', you don't have to close the command prompt windows after exiting the game. i fixed it with a small program called Pallette Stealer Suspender(* Mac Book Pro overheats and game stutters in gameplay and cutscenes – possibly related to above graphics driver problems, some users report adding the following two lines to their variable file helpful (variables is located at ~/Documents/Blizzard/Starcraft II/variables.txt): This forces your frame rates to cap at a consistent level, some hardware is overworking when it doesn’t need to be thus sending your Mac Book Pro into a ridiculously hot CPU eating festival with itself and crash city.