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Old 29 June 2006, 19:24   #1
Mag1c1an
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WordWorth 6

Hi All,

Im trying to use WordWorth 6 in WinUAE, although documents i saved on my real amiga are viewable in PAL High Res Mode, when i convert the screen res to 1024x768, they are no longer viewable.

Is it possible to use WordWorth 6 in 1024x768 and still be able to view my old documents?
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Old 29 June 2006, 22:21   #2
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As far as I'm aware, it's possible to use any resolution with Wordworth (using WinUAE 1.2.0). I've been using Wordworth 7, so I'm hoping what I've listed below will work with your version too, as I've never used version 6.

Once you've switched from PAL High Res Mode to the selected screen resolution of 1024x768 (uaegfx 1024x768 16bit PC), is the majority of your document "greyed out"?

If this is the case, it can be rectified easily by selecting from the Toolbar:

View>Zoom>100% (normal)

Then your document should be visible. Hope this helps
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