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    Integration of IG08 with Centrafuse 3.1

    Hello,

    Ive just put a quick video of my integration of IG08 with Centrafuse 3.1

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZPCIwhUDww

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    How did you do that you can explain please
    Thanks

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    good question...how did you do it. I have been trying

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    No Problem.

    Its fairly simple just follow these quick steps.

    1) Right Click on "start_anysize" which is within the IGO8 directory.
    2) Select Edit
    3) Notepad Will open and within the document should have the following:

    "start iGO-MySize.exe -width="x" -height="y"

    4) Keep Notepad Open and in Centrafuse set the Application to look for start_anysize.bat

    5)Go Back to the Notepad and change the width and height

    6)Here comes the tricky bit, a bit of trail and error but fairly simple overall.

    You have to find the perfect fit of the width "x" and the height "y"

    7) The following was a perfect fit for me but from my experience its a bit different on all PCs, should take no more then 5 mins thou.

    Heres Mine (start_anysize.bat):

    start iGO-MySize.exe -width=720 -height=405

    PS: I think you should try "-width=720 -height=405" first and give it try and hopefully it works, remembering that "-width=720 -height=405" only applies to Ringam Skin and a screen resolution of 800 by 600.

    Applying this method to other skins is the same method in trying to find x and y.

    Hope it works any trouble just let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikel03 View Post

    4) Keep Notepad Open and in Centrafuse set the Application to look for start_anysize.bat

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    mikel03, Can make step 4?

    THX

    EMERSON VIER

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    hmmm been trying to run igo forever. In Centrafuse 3, Ringam skin, got Igo8 for pc but I can't seem to find the batch or the igo-mysize.exe, which Igo version are you using?

    Thanks you very much!

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    Bump!

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    Right click on start_anysize.bat and select edit.

    And change the width and height.

    But the problem with this is you have to play around with different width and height until it fits nicely.

    With notepad (After clicking on edit in start_anysize.bat) this is what my file has.


    iGO-MySize.exe -width=720 -height=405


    Remember when installing the application within centrafuse to select the start_anysize file has the file location.

    if you need any help just let me know.

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    Hi mikel03,

    I need to integrate igo8 in CF. I read your typing and have question: How can i do it step 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cem_ari View Post
    Hi mikel03,

    I need to integrate igo8 in CF. I read your typing and have question: How can i do it step 4?


    Look for "Igo CF Helper Apps V203"

    Excellent work With cf

    IGO Centrafuse Integration


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