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Old 18 January 2003, 03:46   #1
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Gfx shifted to the left problem

Hi,


I'm having a problem with WinUAE (it appears in all recent versions
I tried...): the screen is shifed to the left so I'm loosing about
10-20 pixels which are outside and not displayed...

The strange thing is that it doesn't to happen everytime:
1.3 DOS windows are usually centered correctly and I don't loose
any pixel... But when I launch a non-dos game, the display
is shifted to the left...

I'm using Winuae on winXP with a Radeon 7500. I tried to change
the drivers but this has no effect on this problem...

(I'm using SDL 1.2.4.0)

Has anyone reproduced this problem ?
Is it a knwown problem ?
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Old 18 January 2003, 16:44   #2
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Stooooooooopid ass question: did you tick the horizontal and vertical centering ("display" tab)?
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Old 18 January 2003, 17:00   #3
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I've had the same problem and it's not because of the screen wasn't centered...
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Old 18 January 2003, 18:06   #4
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Quote:
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Stooooooooopid ass question: did you tick the horizontal and vertical centering ("display" tab)?
Sure !

=> When I don't tick those, it's worse: even 1.3 DOS windows
become shifted to the left...
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Old 29 January 2003, 14:38   #5
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Stooooooooopid ass question: did you tick the horizontal and vertical centering ("display" tab)?
I think if you ask Tony (current WinUAE maintainer) those two settings shouldnt be used, they are from a long time ago when your screen might be smaller than an Amiga resolution.

They were not supposed to center a screen on resolutions larger than Amiga res.

Perhaps they need updating?
 
Old 30 January 2003, 09:34   #6
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As for screen centering all i know is this i usually set the horizontal centering on and leave the vertical off this works fine for me but the only prob i have is black patch on th right off the screen its like the screens dont over lap properly this is not a prob in games with black screens but using stuff like AMos is can be notice as the editor screen dont fully overlap the orange user screen behind it. this probley a known issue I don't know, I Have had this problem with past winuae versions as far back as i can rember. does anny one else have this prob i have posted a picture below
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Old 30 January 2003, 10:21   #7
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I remember this problem being discussed before. I think centring is only designed for 640x480 correct aspect.

Or you could use OpenGL option.
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