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Old 16 June 2018, 07:31   #1
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Worms: The Director's Cut on FS-UAE

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I'm trying to get WormsDC running in FS-UAE and for the most part it's proving successful. There's a weird graphical glitch, however, that I can't quite seem to pin down - where the current worm is, whenever it moves and the screen moves to follow, there's a vertical "wobble" about 6-8 pixels high where the terrain sort-of jitters back and forth. At first I thought it was a vsync issue, but it doesn't look to be that.

It's not too dissimilar from another bug I identified in WinUAE where sprites in WormsDC are often offset to the right by one pixel, but this is affecting the terrain as well.

I know there are others who have gotten this game working properly in FS-UAE - can anyone offer advice or assistance?

Edit: I don't think it's related to 50Hz smooth-scrolling, but as I can't find any way to actually change the screen resolution from within the FS-UAE Launcher I've no real way of knowing.

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