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Offline leoben

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Hey team - it's been a while! Also it's been a while since I turned on BP and FSO in general. I'm not sure if this has something to do with the updates msft rolled out in Win10, but whatever resolution I set with wxLauncher, it launches in a 4:3 resolution, if I had to guess it's 10x7. I have a 21:9 monitor, can do 3440x1440. I tried pretty much all resolution settings in wxlauncher, but it always launches in the same 10x7 crap. I tried borderless windowed and windowed modes, same thing. I'm sure I'm missing something...tried 3.7.3 and 3.7.4...thoughts? This may not have anythign to do with BP btw...


Offline leoben

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using custom flags in command line works i guess consider this a non-issue.


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Try running wxLauncher as administrator. If that doesn't work, try enabling -fix_registry.

If that still doesn't work, throw your hands up in the air and don't worry too much about it, because 3.8 will use an .ini file instead of the registry.
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Huh. I thought it was already fixed in the latest wxLaucher beta? :nervous:

Anyway, could you just try to write -res 3440x1440 in your command line? It should do the trick... However, the HUD isn't really made for such huge resolutions and its elements *may* be too small to play the game comfortably, so you could also try out some smaller resolutions if it bothers you.
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