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Old 23 October 2018, 19:46   #1
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Having the ability to enter refresh-rate into configuration-files

Hi, I enjoy this emulator quite a lot; it has become my preferred Amiga emulator choice over WinUAE (native xinput support, build in support for WHDLoad and the On-Screen UI winning me over).

I have to admit it was quite a challenge writing those config-files for fs-uae, but it is one feature I sorely miss in terms of editing the config-files:

The ability to enter my preferred game/monitor refresh-rate inside the config-file itself, making the emulator switching refresh rate of your monitor if necessary (and thereby upon exiting the game the refresh-rate rolls back to the default desktop refrash-rate).

My current workaround for this issue has been to use a third party software to do this job for me while launching a game via the config-files (12noon Display Changer), not the most user friendly way in my opinion, but it works.

Is this a planned feature for future releases of this emulator?

I'm currently running the latest build of this emulator on the fs-uae homepage, 2.9.7 dev3 build on my Windows 10 PC.
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