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Old 19 February 2010, 21:16   #1
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Full Screen size ?

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After getting E-UAE running on my Mac as it should I would like to run it at full screen size on 24inch display.

I have tried all sorts of Widths and Heights and cannot get a fullscreen centered emulation picture....

Anybody know what I am missing here ?


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Old 19 February 2010, 21:26   #2
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I'm not familiar with E-UAE but in WinUAE I use Picasso96 to use the full screen displays with the UAE driver.

Here are the files on Aminet.

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Old 19 February 2010, 21:57   #3
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I could be very wrong here (again) but to get full screen don't you just select full screen from the host display option on the left hand side, where it states native mode (then on the main window) just drop down on the selection box to full screen.
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I could be very wrong here (again) but to get full screen don't you just select full screen from the host display option on the left hand side, where it states native mode (then on the main window) just drop down on the selection box to full screen.
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Sorry, but pardon ?

Host display, left handside ?
Native Mode ?
Drop down on selection box ?

I am talking E-UAE here, I'm confused
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Sorry Washac - I should read the threads more closely I suppose...

It's not F12+G or F12+s for full screen on E-UAE is it - I just read that on Google...
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Sorry Washac - I should read the threads more closely I suppose...

It's not F12+G or F12+s for full screen on E-UAE is it - I just read that on Google...
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To go into Fullscreen mode in E-UAE it is F12-S but when I do this the picture is not
centered and does not fill the whole screen. It is over to the left and only fills 3/4 of the width.
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Old 20 February 2010, 16:16   #7
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Hi

I'll get me coat..


Answer was/is pretty obvious, but it is the way E-UAE works that confuses.

What ever window you are using can be flipped into fullscreen using F11-S keys on doing this the fullscreen picture
is all over place.

But if you change the setting within Hi-Toro to Fullscreen and open E-UAE then it fills the screen OK, not
quite in the right aspect but it works, all be it a bit stretched.

Now to fumble about and get the aspect right
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