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to play in Window Mode?
#1
is there any way to play games in window mode on higher resolution?
Should i have to change the D3D to high resolution for it pls do reply
thxxxxxxx to all (i am using the BETA Version)
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I'm not sure what you're asking, in updated GSdx you can either leave the "resolution" drop down menu on it's default and when you launch the game resize it manually, or select one of the resolutions that appears in the menu, in Direct3D9 you have to enable the "windowed" option tho. If you're using an older GSdx and using Direct3D9 you have to choose "windowed" from the "resolution" menu and resize as you want, with Direct3d10 you just have to resize.
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#3
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let me explain as according to the image wht i want to ask if i Upgrade the Internal Resolution D3D the game would be played in good graphics even in the Window Mode i hope tht helps Smile
Shadow lady to understand it more clearly and thx for the msg
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#4
Ah then yes check this example

Window Resolution: 1440x900, D3D Int. Resolution: 512x512
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Window Resolution: 1440x900, D3D Int. Resolution: 1024x1024
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Window Resolution: 1440x900, D3D Int. Resolution: 4096x4096
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On smaller window resolutions the difference wont be as notorious tho.
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#5
ha alright an outstanding example thx alot can u give me an example of game play in window mode and D3D is higher ?
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#6
You mean smaller window with the D3D resolutions? I cant really go higher than 4096x4096 if that's what you meant anyway Tongue

Here's with 800x600 window resolution: 4096x4096, 2048x2048, 1024x1024


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