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Old 3rd October 2015, 10:11 PM
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Default So, no more "override aspect" ever?

Since none of Jabo's plugins work (in Windows 10), will there ever be any plugin updated, ever, to add the feature? OOT and MM were phenominal. They looked MUCH better in widescreen, with a Jabo-format texture pack, and cheats to move/hide the hud.

Going back to a streched image sucks!
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Old 3rd October 2015, 10:17 PM
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I kind of prefer letter-boxing. I don't really mind the black bits off the left and right ends of a widescreen monitor since that's kind of how it looks on TVs too.

But no, I don't remember any plugins but Jabo's that implemented a hack for the native resolution.
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Old 3rd October 2015, 11:46 PM
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Why no love for GlideN64? unless somehow it isn't compatible with OoT?
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Old 4th October 2015, 12:41 AM
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I <3 stretching
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Why no love for GlideN64? unless somehow it isn't compatible with OoT?
It works fine with the plugin, are you using an EmuCR build?
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Old 4th October 2015, 07:15 PM
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I mean GlideN64 has a widescreen hack that "works" (although not perfect because there are still culling issues in most of the games) better than Jabo aspect ratio hack...

Unless of course for some reason it doesn't work for the game you want, GlideN64 its even more compatible than Glide64Final (but in my testing there were some graphics glitches that I haven't found on the Glide64Final version)...

That being said in another thread I asked if someone could port this feature to the highly optimized Glide64Final edition because right now its the superior plugin...

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Haven't tested it that much but it played fine OoT for the 20 mins I tested it on this game, I was only referring as to why this plugin wasn't mentioned...

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Old 4th October 2015, 09:18 PM
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The only plugin that did not stretch the image to a 16x9 image was Jabo's. Glide64 stretches, the plugin itself makes it sound like it doesn't, but it does.

There are no plugins that can replicate this (sorry for the size, zoom out to see it all, or right click->view image)




These are both 16x9. Native 1080p, non-streched. All you have to walk to these areas to see stretched pics. Sorry I dont have before pics. EDIT: actually they are 16x10 from my old monitor (old pictures), but its the same on 16x9. Everything fits, non stretching. No black anywhere.

The only plugin this is possible on was with Jabo, and override aspect. Because that's actually what the plugin did.

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Old 4th October 2015, 09:56 PM
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GlideN64 has this same functionality in the form of an option slider where you need to set to "Adjust" AND you need to enable hardware frame buffers too to get this aspect ratio hack...

I know the difference between a streched image and a native 16:9 image so the pics weren't necessary...

Maybe the problem here is that you are confusing Glide64 (old glide api plugin based) with the new one GlideN64 (OpenGL api based plugin) from Gonetz?

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Old 7th October 2015, 02:09 AM
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You nailed it dude thank you! I haven't played this in awhile, a few years, and I remember back then GlideN64 didn't exist.

This is the only way to get this to work in Windows 10.
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