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Old 05 August 2009, 10:42   #1
Maren
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On-screen resolution indicator?

Such feature would be specially useful for software running in non-standard resolutions. The game "Rolling Ronny" comes to mind; I had to run it in a much higher resolution so I could grab a screen, measure it's dimensions and program a modeline based on it (I'm a sucker for native Amiga resolutions, wouldn't switch to 1280x1024 if my life depended on it )

Any chance something like this could be implemented?

Thanks.
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Old 05 August 2009, 12:12   #2
Toni Wilen
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Resolution question. "Not again".

Enable autoscale/autoresie and check the log is probably best answer to this question. (as long as autodetection works, visible resolution is rarely real resolution blahblahblah and other stuff already mentioned multiple times here and there)
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