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Old 17 February 2013, 01:01   #73
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Originally Posted by dlfrsilver View Post
indeed, but you can only saw them if the screen is not correctly setted (it's like winuae display is larger that a real amiga screen, in fact it should stay hidden.
I'm with Toni. If real Amigas output that, but the display device doesn't overscan enough to show it, then WinUAE should output the same thing before any filtering/shaders/overlays. Emulators should always emulate the full signal output, borders and all. This is what pisses me off about most console emulators (and some computer emulators), that they don't show any overscan area at all. It's not accurate and thus wrong.
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