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    Nearest neighbour size in windows mode no full screen

    Hi

    Is it possible Nearest neighbour size in windows mode for 2x , 3x ,....? I want use low res but show it as 2x for window mode.

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    Hey Mehrdad,

    if I understand correctly,
    you should be able to do it with the window control object

    check "resize display to fill window size"
    and "no thick frame" in the application properties (should prevent users from freely scaling the window)

    then provide the GUI you need to select the various options (i.e. 2X, 3X etc.)
    and upon clicking the buttons you can change window size with the window control object to match the perfect multiple size you need
    (320x240 / 640x480 / etc.)

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    Hi Schrodinger
    Great!!!!. It works perfectly.You are amazing as usual.

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    Edit: Sorry I can't centre application after resizing by windows object. It's not in centre of monitor. It occurs after compile too.
    I set Horizontal size to 1280 and vertical size to 720. Resize did Ok but the place is not centre of screen. Where is my wrong?

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    Hey Mehrdad,

    right after the condition where you change the window size,
    try adding this action:

    window control - position - set position

    and enter "4"

    hope it does the trick!

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    Done! .Nice trick.Thanks a lot, @schrodinger .
    Also, I did: Move to (Frame Width/4, Frame Height/4) and works. Is it the right way too?

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    Good!
    Learnt about that function from @casleziro some time ago, whom I forward the mention

    "Move to" shouldn't be needed,
    it would move the window position (topleft corner)
    to, say, x90 y60 if the frame size is 360*240
    but it wouldn't be centered in most monitors,
    but only in some specific monitor size (and frame size)

    "Set Position" should automatically center the window in the monitor
    (with option 4, other numbers can align in all positions from topleft to bottomright)
    so that should be enough, unless you need to do something else too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schrodinger View Post
    so that should be enough, unless you need to do something else too?
    No. Your trick was enough for me. I appreciate many

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    If I may ask, how is this different than Ultimate Fullscreen object? I am generally curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobichan View Post
    If I may ask, how is this different than Ultimate Fullscreen object? I am generally curious...
    I only use Ultimate Fullscreen object for fullscreen pixel perfect. Is it possible for scale in window mode too?

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