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      Uploading Content   12/15/2017

      Please Read Before Uploading.... Thank You to everyone that shares their creations in the Upload Here section. There is some outstanding contributions to check out. Some simple things to help people find your content and admins to manage uploads. Post a topic in HyperStudio forum before uploading Upload to the correct Sub Section Use tags Please add details to your Title Good Title: -   World of Warcraft (PC Games) (16:9)
      Bad Title: -   World of Warcraft Aspect Ratio = (16:9), (16:9ST), (4:3)
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      Details = Main Menu, System Default, +Wheel, Animated BG, Universal Theme.......
        Peace Out Thatman84

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Thank you sir. MUCH appreciated!!!

I haven't done this in like 6 years and really didn't feel like learning it all over again :-)

I'm upgrading from 147... is hiscore something that is now natively supported?
Do I need to change a setting for this?

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Actually I have a small problem.
I'm running this on a widescreen monitor.

This version  is stretching my vertical games to fill the screen which obviously doesn't work right.
My 147 version that I'm upgrading from and my uncompiled version of 195 that I got right before this don't do this.

I compared my old ini file to your new one and don't see any differences that would cause this.

Any idea???

 

>>>EDIT....... well it appears that enabling 'keepaspect' has solved it

# CORE RENDER OPTIONS
#
keepaspect                1
unevenstretch             1
unevenstretchx            0
unevenstretchy            0
autostretchxy             0
intoverscan               0
intscalex                 0
intscaley                 0

A little testing with the 'unevenstretch' option enabled gives me approx 1" more on each side for horizontal games.

Edited by DHG

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