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Old 19 October 2015, 23:41   #1
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fullscreen_mode=window -> not borderless

Using 2.7.3.dev on Debian Testing/XFCE. If I run FS-UAE with "--fullscreen_mode=window", the window it opens is not "borderless" as the documentation claims, it has a standard window border. Pressing F12-f results in a warning that it can't go fullscreen because it's running in fullscreen/window mode though, so the right mode does get activated.

I doubt it's an XFCE issue, but maybe somebody could verify on another desktop environment?

Also, the wording in the docs is unclear:

a borderless window the size of the current display will be created instead of switching to real fullscreen)
There's no current display when starting FS-UAE, so I assume it will start with the size of a hires screen. Is the window supposed to change its size if the emulated Amiga changes to a different screenmode? It doesn't do that here (the Amiga is switching to a 1024x768 RTG display).
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Old 20 October 2015, 00:05   #2
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Run with
fs-uae --fullscreen --fullscreen-mode=window
as the fullscreen_mode option by itself does not open FS-UAE in fullscreen.

"the size of the current display" <- read as "desktop size".
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