what happened to the resolution?

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ExecutorElassus
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what happened to the resolution?

Post by ExecutorElassus » 06 Jan 2007, 19:49

i just installed version 2.0.5 for linux, and now i only get an absolutely horrible resolution (looks like 600x400, or the lowest possible). this isn't an allowed resolution in my X server, and i'm explicitly setting the resolution with "--resolution 1600x1200" in my startup script. this used to work fine, so now something's gone wrong. i can switch resolutions in the window manager with no problem, so i know i can do it. but why isn't wz2100 doing it? what happened?

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Re: what happened to the resolution?

Post by ExecutorElassus » 06 Jan 2007, 20:19

figured it out: even though the flag has changed in 2.0.5 to "resolution" in the help file, the ACTUAL flag required is still "viewport." at least it is on the linux distribution.

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Re: what happened to the resolution?

Post by Kamaze » 06 Jan 2007, 20:23

ExecutorElassus wrote: figured it out: even though the flag has changed in 2.0.5 to "resolution" in the help file, the ACTUAL flag required is still "viewport." at least it is on the linux distribution.

EE
Yes, figured out the same here, on windows. Maybe a 2.0.5-1 is incoming.
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Re: what happened to the resolution?

Post by DevUrandom » 06 Jan 2007, 22:26

WTF?!!
Did I mess it up... OMG...

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else if ( stricmp( tokenType, "--viewport" ) == 0 )
Yes I did. Must have been a conflict when backporting the changes from trunk...

I guess there will be a 2.0.6, yes... But currently I have absolutely no time, so this won't come before mid-February...

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