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Old 07 June 2011, 11:30   #221
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My TV has no options like "Full Pixel". I also noticed that WinUAE produces these "scaling lines" if you don't set it to full values, e.g. 1.5 Horizontal Size/Vertical Size 3.0. There are still vertical glitches in horizontal scrolling (not all games, Universal Warrior is an example), but no more in vertical scrolling.
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Old 07 June 2011, 12:03   #222
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That's cool. Actually thinking about it, if Windows looks perfectly clear set to that resolution then it must be mapping pixels 1:1 anyway.

I have to turn the option on with my TV otherwise it overscans so the desktop is larger than the display area (and blurry). But I am using an HDMI cable which may be a reason I guess.
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