Author Topic: SOLVED: Can only see part of output in fullscreen mode  (Read 1581 times)


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1. I have tried several possible resolutions but they're not working still

2. Here is my screenshot


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(This is my first time to post pic on internet, if it didn't work , plz try this one

3. Here is my part of opengl (0.7.11b version)

   ## If you just want to play the game, these are the only options you'll want to change.

# set the window size (or fullscreen resolution) of FF7
# 0 means use original resolution (whatever ff7.exe provides)
# preserve_aspect adds black borders as needed to preserve a 4:3 aspect ratio
window_size_x = 1280
window_size_y = 1024
preserve_aspect = yes
fullscreen = yes

4. It looks well in everything til my first battle but the "only top and left" screen

5. Here is my setup steps:

   a. install clean FF7
   b. install Final_Fantasy_VII_Remix_v2-5-1_Installer
   c. download and unpacked opengl 0.7.11b in ff7 folder

PLZ help me!!   This problem has driven me crazy for long long time.
« Last Edit: 2011-12-24 19:24:30 by Bosola »


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Re: Plz help me!!
« Reply #1 on: 2011-12-13 16:17:22 »
why on earth have you used a camera?  Use print screen button on your keyboard.  Are you sure the driver is installed correctly?
« Last Edit: 2011-12-13 16:19:33 by DLPB »


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Re: Plz help me!!
« Reply #2 on: 2011-12-13 16:26:10 »
 :P  I am sorry ,  my problem is my screen only showed part of what it should be.

and just now i adjust the DPI (word size) from 150% to  100%  and solved

Thanks your command and I will express more clearly.


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Re: SOLVED: Can only see part of output in fullscreen mode
« Reply #3 on: 2011-12-24 19:26:26 »
Marked as solved. Also, next time, try giving your question a more specific title than 'help me' - you'll not only attract more visitors and assistance (as people will know they can help, as your thread's title will be more specific), but you'll also be more help to others, as they'll see your thread title and know it addresses their issue.