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EnigmaJetMoto 12th August 2015 10:08 PM

Can't go fullscreen - Jabo's Direct3D8 on Windows 10
 
I've tried every single video plugin available and only Jabo's Direct3D8 doesn't go full screen, it says "Exception occurred trying to change window". I'm a SM64 Machinimist and I need this plugin because it's the only plugin capable of texture filtering, anti-aliasing and hiding the black borders in SM64. But since I've switched over to Windows 10, it won't go fullscreen. Please fix your shit.

RPGMaster 12th August 2015 11:25 PM

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Originally Posted by EnigmaJetMoto (Post 63183)
I've tried every single video plugin available and only Jabo's Direct3D8 doesn't go full screen, it says "Exception occurred trying to change window". I'm a SM64 Machinimist and I need this plugin because it's the only plugin capable of texture filtering, anti-aliasing and hiding the black borders in SM64. But since I've switched over to Windows 10, it won't go fullscreen. Please fix your shit.

Jabo's Direct3D8 is closed source...

theboy181 13th August 2015 12:01 AM

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Originally Posted by EnigmaJetMoto (Post 63183)
Please fix your shit.

Lol 4real?

V1del 13th August 2015 06:39 AM

Glide64 can literally do what you want learn2configure

That said, as the others mentioned, there is no way to improve/fix jabo's but in general if you are going to be an ass to the people you want something from it's not going to be likely that they are inclined to "fix their shit" with that attitude of yours

dsx_ 13th August 2015 11:12 AM

yeah there's a lot of people lately who just come on here with such a shitty attitude, demanding help. get lost

EnigmaJetMoto 13th August 2015 07:17 PM

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Originally Posted by V1del (Post 63188)
Glide64 can literally do what you want learn2configure

That said, as the others mentioned, there is no way to improve/fix jabo's but in general if you are going to be an ass to the people you want something from it's not going to be likely that they are inclined to "fix their shit" with that attitude of yours

Glide64 can't do what I want. Read my whole fucking thread before saying shit out of your ass.

V1del 13th August 2015 08:26 PM

The software in question has been discontinued by its developer, there's nothing to fix (last release in 2011 and still based on archaic DX8 which is slowly starting to lose support from graphics driver vendors/Microsoft) either hope for microsoft/graphics driver fixes for old tech (which microsoft has a vested interest in, though I doubt games are high on their priority list) or hope that someone decides to implement the features you want in one of the open source plugins but again, with that attitude of yours chances that someone is going to implement this for you (without having a vested interest in it themselves) have diminished significantly

I just checked and it really seems like glide can't do exactly what you want so sorry for that mislead (it has texture filtering tho)

RPGMaster 13th August 2015 08:30 PM

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Originally Posted by EnigmaJetMoto (Post 63190)
Read my whole fucking thread before saying shit out of your ass.

I think you need to read the whole thread, because you still don't seem to understand :D .

EnigmaJetMoto 13th August 2015 08:47 PM

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Originally Posted by RPGMaster (Post 63193)
I think you need to read the whole thread, because you still don't seem to understand :D .

I need texture filtering, anti-aliasing and hiding the black borders in SM64. Only Jabo's Direct3D8 does that.

theboy181 13th August 2015 09:33 PM

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Originally Posted by EnigmaJetMoto (Post 63194)
I need texture filtering, anti-aliasing and hiding the black borders in SM64. Only Jabo's Direct3D8 does that.

Use GLideN64 plugin!! Then you will get all this and a lot more..


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