|Re: New macOS 2.1.0 release candidate (Was: [hatari-devel] crash on the osx gui)|
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I have the issue wether the option is checked or not.
(option is available is the OS GUI)
> Message du 15/02/18 23:21
> De : "Nicolas Pomarède" <npomarede@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> A : hatari-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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> Objet : Re: New macOS 2.1..0 release candidate (Was: [hatari-devel] crash on the osx gui)
> Le 15/02/2018 à 23:05, Troed Sångberg a écrit :
> > Thank you for testing!
> > I'm not able to reproduce this on my 10.13.3 - I've tried switching to
> > fullscreen and back many times.
> > Anyone else?
> > Actually. looking at your screenshot it looks like your captured screen
> > is wider than a normal ST screen? The raster bars seem to have the
> > correct width, just going from memory.
> I can get a similar result, where left/right space show content of the
> desktop before pressing F11, depending on the Hatari settings.
> left/right unused space is not filled with black if in the F12
> preferences under "Hatari screen" the choice "keep desktop resolution in
> fullscreen" is checked.
> If this choice is not checked, then Hatari really tries to change the
> video card resolution to go fullscreen and to adapt to the emulated
> screen size, which might not always be possible depending on the
> supported resolution of your video card.
> If for some reason you OS doesn't support this change of resolution,
> then it's better to use "keep dekstop res in fullscreen". This will try
> to fill the screen as much as possible, but without changing resolution.
> Troed, maybe this option is not checked in your case ?
> Sebastien, could you check and change it to test the result ?
> (I don't know if this option is available in the OS UI or if need to
> access it through F12 and the sdl UI)
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