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Plugin Configuration window over extended
#1
Running Ubuntu 12.04 Gnome-shell, installed through ppa:gregory-hainaut/pcsx2.official.ppa

Program launches fine, even loads games just fine (the one I tried anyway). Problem is that when I go to configure my controller the configuration window extends past the bottom of my screen. So there are no buttons to press to apply my settings. It is the only program that does this.

here is a screenshot:

[Image: 7M240.png]
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#2
Hello.

Can you set the settings via the conf folder/files? They might be hidden Ohmy
Two 2.40GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon Processors (Oc'ed to 3.2ghz)
12GB DDR3 ECC 1600Mhz SDRam (6x2GB)
ATI Radeon HD 5870 1GB
Mac OSX (Always The Latest)
Windows 8 64 Bit
Mac Pro Desktop (2012 - July)
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#3
(08-31-2012, 12:48 AM)Luke_H Wrote: Hello.

Can you set the settings via the conf folder/files? They might be hidden Ohmy

Well, /.config/pscx2/inis/onepad.ini file looks like this:

log = 0
options = 0
mouse_sensibility = 500
joy_pad_map = 0
ff_intensity = 100
[0][0] = 0x0
[0][1] = 0x0
[0][2] = 0x0
[0][3] = 0x0
[0][4] = 0x0
[0][5] = 0x0
[0][6] = 0x0
[0][7] = 0x0
[0][8] = 0x0
[0][9] = 0x0
[0][10] = 0x0
[0][11] = 0x0
[0][12] = 0x0
[0][13] = 0x0
[0][14] = 0x0
[0][15] = 0x0
[0][16] = 0x0
[0][17] = 0x0
[0][18] = 0x0
[0][19] = 0x0
[0][20] = 0x0
[0][21] = 0x0
[0][22] = 0x0
[0][23] = 0x0
[1][0] = 0x0
[1][1] = 0x0
[1][2] = 0x0
[1][3] = 0x0
[1][4] = 0x0
[1][5] = 0x0
[1][6] = 0x0
[1][7] = 0x0
[1][8] = 0x0
[1][9] = 0x0
[1][10] = 0x0
[1][11] = 0x0
[1][12] = 0x0
[1][13] = 0x0
[1][14] = 0x0
[1][15] = 0x0
[1][16] = 0x0
[1][17] = 0x0
[1][18] = 0x0
[1][19] = 0x0
[1][20] = 0x0
[1][21] = 0x0
[1][22] = 0x0
[1][23] = 0x0


Not a clue as to how to set that. Or what I am even looking at. Can't find anything on Google about manually setting the config files.
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#4
(08-31-2012, 01:06 AM)MadJestyr Wrote: Well, /.config/pscx2/inis/onepad.ini file looks like this:

log = 0
options = 0
mouse_sensibility = 500
joy_pad_map = 0
ff_intensity = 100
[0][0] = 0x0
[0][1] = 0x0
[0][2] = 0x0
[0][3] = 0x0
[0][4] = 0x0
[0][5] = 0x0
[0][6] = 0x0
[0][7] = 0x0
[0][8] = 0x0
[0][9] = 0x0
[0][10] = 0x0
[0][11] = 0x0
[0][12] = 0x0
[0][13] = 0x0
[0][14] = 0x0
[0][15] = 0x0
[0][16] = 0x0
[0][17] = 0x0
[0][18] = 0x0
[0][19] = 0x0
[0][20] = 0x0
[0][21] = 0x0
[0][22] = 0x0
[0][23] = 0x0
[1][0] = 0x0
[1][1] = 0x0
[1][2] = 0x0
[1][3] = 0x0
[1][4] = 0x0
[1][5] = 0x0
[1][6] = 0x0
[1][7] = 0x0
[1][8] = 0x0
[1][9] = 0x0
[1][10] = 0x0
[1][11] = 0x0
[1][12] = 0x0
[1][13] = 0x0
[1][14] = 0x0
[1][15] = 0x0
[1][16] = 0x0
[1][17] = 0x0
[1][18] = 0x0
[1][19] = 0x0
[1][20] = 0x0
[1][21] = 0x0
[1][22] = 0x0
[1][23] = 0x0


Not a clue as to how to set that. Or what I am even looking at. Can't find anything on Google about manually setting the config files.
Woop, at least we are getting somewhere.
Can you try and map at least one setting whilst that config is open? (Refresh the config page whilst the new map is set) and see what it looks like.
Two 2.40GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon Processors (Oc'ed to 3.2ghz)
12GB DDR3 ECC 1600Mhz SDRam (6x2GB)
ATI Radeon HD 5870 1GB
Mac OSX (Always The Latest)
Windows 8 64 Bit
Mac Pro Desktop (2012 - July)
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#5
(08-31-2012, 02:52 AM)Luke_H Wrote: Woop, at least we are getting somewhere.
Can you try and map at least one setting whilst that config is open? (Refresh the config page whilst the new map is set) and see what it looks like.

That didn't do anything. The only window size options in any of the ini files is for the log window and the GS window. And while it will give me the option to resize the window with a right click, It will only resize the window horizontally.
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#6
What kind of resolution do you have?
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#7
(08-31-2012, 08:28 AM)gregory Wrote: What kind of resolution do you have?

1376x768
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#8
i had the same problem just hit tab until the last checkbox hit tab one more and press enter and you are done.
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#9
it looks like you've increased the system DPI :|
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#10
For the moment try to use press alt ( or ctrl depend of the window manager) then you can move around with either left|middle|rigth click (depends of window manager). Don't have time for the moment but I guess we can move around a bit the frame to reduce the window heigh (or reduce some margin).
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