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Thomasbelcar

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  1. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Hey Ross, check out Lossless Scaling on Steam. It's all you wanted all along! It is Lossless Integer Scale and sets the game in Fullscreen! Me and another user posted a review with the app compatibility , and it works with almost all games so far! Here is a video of me running DOSBox with this app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-TSiOEvoSY And here is a video of me running ScummVM games with this app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hM5DN2-wa2I I also posted this on the January 2019 Videochat Official Questions Thread so you could see.
  2. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Unfortunately. At least, probably Sizer can make Pharaoh's UI work in higher resolutions.
  3. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Yeah, but I honestly think that Sizer and sometimes DxWnd does a great job in upscaling for better resolutions. Also, I think Ross want one solution for this problem and hack the engine of every game he plays doesn't seems reasonable (for me).
  4. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    I actually brought Borderless Gaming on Steam. Tried to run Undertale in Fullscreen "Bordeless". Didn't work out as planned. As you can see here: TUxjXf9_9j4 It seems that Borderless Window only works to DEDICATED FULLSCREEN. To games that only work in a WINDOW Borderless Gaming is the same thing as SIZER without the option to ajust the resolution and "window resizing snap size". EDIT 1: BTW Ross, ALL my videos (like this) are in Creative Commons Attribution license 3.0, so you can use all my videos in your Birthday Follow-Up video (if you make a Birthday Follow Up video).
  5. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Ross, I think we just found the best way to you for run old games. Borderless Gaming (Steam Link) + Sizer will make the fullscreen effect you desire. Just set Borderless Gaming to run in the original resolution of the desired game in a Borderless Window and set sizer to run it in full screen.
  6. Thomasbelcar

    What are you listening to?

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  7. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Hey Ross, I think you should use both dxwnd and sizer. First open dxwnd and make the desired game run in a window and also leave the original resolution of the game there. In the first and video options tab of dxwnd you should mark this options: After that run the game and click in the best choice of resolution (what makes it fullscreen or close to fullscreen if it is an 4:3 aspect ratio game). I recomend this settings to sizer: Also if the game doesn't have a borderless window and you prefer fullscreen > quanlity you should use only dxwnd and make it run at a higher resolution. Btw, do not use DXGL. It freezed my pc 3 times and I have to restart manually. I don't have a shitty pc, so wait until a stable version. Sizer is great because it's option of "window resizing snap size" when you can control directly the quality of the pixels. I don't know who much is good but set it at 10 pixels. I think this will resolve your problem. Any doubts give me a pm anytime! Thomas Eric aka Vincent
  8. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    I like it, but will only work with DirectDraw/Direct3D version 1 to 7, so will not work with undertale.
  9. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    J6Nsqe1N2eo As you can see isn't perfect. Mouse doesn't work on the main menu. But it's playable. EDIT 1: I want to apologize to Spewkies. Sizer will not help with AA in emulated games. Proof: Z76qHiJQj9U I did this video to compare ZDoom and Sizer and this shows that besides of helping with the blurry problem, sizer don't mess with AA.
  10. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    I think that dxwnd + sizer is the way to go on this one. I find out why your dxwnd isn't working with sizer. You should use this settings: And also put the original resolution of the game in dxwnd and my 4:3 aspect ratio setting for sizer to upscale the resolution. Sorry if this isn't the fullscreen that you hoped for. Maybe we could program a software that combines both softwares + AutoHotKey. For borderless window games sizer with 1920x1080 resolution should work fine to make it an fullscreen game. Note: Mouse isn't working on the main menu. Uploading a video to show to you guys.
  11. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Downloading Diablo 1. Going to try for myself
  12. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    You shouldn't alt+tab the game. Use a hotkey for sizer. Also don't run it on fullscreen
  13. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    BBCode for youtube in this forum isn't working btw. You should use it as a URL link
  14. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    I get it, missed that part. But my solution also applies to this. I used Sizer in Scuumvm and to some old games it can fix the AA problem EDIT 1: I want to apologize to Spewkies. Sizer will not help with AA in emulated games. Proof: Z76qHiJQj9U I did this video to compare ZDoom and Sizer and this shows that besides of helping with the blurry problem, sizer don't mess with AA..
  15. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Did you read my post? Ross's problem isn't running AA, is that his old games are blurry in higher resolutions. These games are made in a specific resolution, and sizer fix the blurry problem to higher resolutions.
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