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Old 10 July 2015, 17:34   #1
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ClassicWB OS3.9 : High resolution Pointer vertically stretched?

Whenever I set Prefs - Pointer to High res it'll be vertically stretched.
Is there anything that I can do to force it to have the same horizontal and vertical dimensions so it doesn't look stretched?
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Old 10 July 2015, 19:10   #2
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The vertical resolution of the pointer is tied to the vertical resolution of the screen. If you want to shrink the pointer vertically you have to increase the resolution of the screen. I.e. select an interlaced or Dbl... mode.

Edit: interlace does not work. You have to use DblPAL, DblNTSC or Multiscan.
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You could try using LacePointer which might do what you want. However it was written before AGA machines were available so might not work on them.
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