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On Monday 15 April 2013 15:35, Nicolas Pomarède wrote:
> On 16/04/2013 00:26, David Savinkoff wrote:
> > On Sunday 17 February 2013 13:40, Nicolas Pomarde wrote:
> >>> 17/02/2013 21:32, David Savinkoff wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> Here are some screen-shots of Hatari. Note that this regression
> >>> happened between Hatari 1.6.0 and Hatari 1.6.2, and persists to
> >>> this day.
> >>> David
> >> Hello
> >> I didn't have time to look at this at the moment, but I keep it marked
> >> for later.
> >> Nicolas
> > Hi Nicolas,
> > I'm hoping this problem is fixed for the next release. I'm not familiar
> > enough with this part of Hatari to make code changes (I had a look).
> > It appears to me that 400x300 could be a perfect resolution for
> > low-res recording (aside: and 48000 Hz sample rate) as this would
> > capture everything at it's best (with good performance too).
> > David
> I didn't check this one yet, do you have a link to download it ?
> Does it use left/right borders removal ? Is it STE only or STF also ?
In February I mentioned the following (forgot to mention it again):
When I run the ST_EARTH demo (IRC chatroom + digital clock display part)
in 832x624 or 416x312, I see the whole screen properly, including extra
overscan. (Hatari 1.6.0 through lastest HG tip)
When I run the demo in 800x600 or 400x300, the left overscan is
truncated properly but the right overscan overwrites the last two
digits of the clock and is not truncated. Whereas, Hatari 1.6.0
truncates the right overscan properly.
I hope this clarifies what the pictures are about.