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Old 17th July 2021, 04:30 PM
ttconker ttconker is offline
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Default Project64 1.6 font size in Windows 10

I am tired of trying to find a solution to fix this (look files attached). Font size looks outscaled in the windows of Project64 1.6. This never happened once in Windows 7.

I remember I already had this problem when I started Windows 10, and somehow I got it fixed in the past (I don't know how, maybe Windows Update?).

I had to format my computer recently and after installing Project64 1.6 again, I don't know how make the font size looks normal like they do in 2.2 and 2.3.

After so many years of updates, I still prefer to run most of my N64 roms in the 1.6 version; a few games I run in 2.2, 2.3 and in mupen64plus because when they run exceptionally better in those.

What I have tried already:
  • I have looked for some solutions in internet, like changing font size in display, but it haven't worked. I just don't get why we cannot resize these windows.
  • This update (http://www.jabosoft.com/articles/114) allowed me to fix the size of the config input window, but the graphic window is still out scaled.
  • I tried to copy Jabo_Direct3D8 plugins from 2.2 and 2.3 since in those versions the window sized correctly, but 1.6 doesn't recocnize it.
  • I have tried new graphic plugins, like Glide, which worked pretty fine. But there is a special feature on Jabo plugin that allow me to remove black bars, like the ones in Super Mario 64 and Ocarina of Time, which is very important for me to take screenshots to post in my fan page.

I am nearly about to migrate to 2.3. It seems Project64 1.6 is kinda messed up in Windows 10 and it's to exhaust to insist on making it work properly like it did before.
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