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    Display size

    I am still in the middle of building my carpc, but I have the pc and touch screen ready to go. So far, I've decided to run with Centrafuse, but I'm having problems with the dispaly size.

    I don't know if it's because I am using the trial version or not, but the display only opens up at about 3/4's of my screen size. So you can still see the bottom portion of my desktop and my Windows Task Bar.

    I did set my resolution to 800x600, are there any other options/settings that I can mess around with? Or is this just the way the trial version runs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by romycha1 View Post
    I am still in the middle of building my carpc, but I have the pc and touch screen ready to go. So far, I've decided to run with Centrafuse, but I'm having problems with the dispaly size.

    I don't know if it's because I am using the trial version or not, but the display only opens up at about 3/4's of my screen size. So you can still see the bottom portion of my desktop and my Windows Task Bar.

    I did set my resolution to 800x600, are there any other options/settings that I can mess around with? Or is this just the way the trial version runs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by romycha1 View Post
    I am still in the middle of building my carpc, but I have the pc and touch screen ready to go. So far, I've decided to run with Centrafuse, but I'm having problems with the dispaly size.

    I don't know if it's because I am using the trial version or not, but the display only opens up at about 3/4's of my screen size. So you can still see the bottom portion of my desktop and my Windows Task Bar.

    I did set my resolution to 800x600, are there any other options/settings that I can mess around with? Or is this just the way the trial version runs?
    I'm having the same issue...I have 8' screen, but this program seems to be set up to run on a 7" screen, so if an answer isn't given soon i will be removing centrafuse from my carpc.....good thing i am still only messing with the trial, cause i would have been mad if i already purchased, no lie!!!

    so far i have edited the xml file main screen to 800x380(the original setting was 800x480), and now it fills the whole screen, but some of the other screens are not displaying properly. my setup screen is not lined up, and i have no idea what to edit to fix it....sucks!!!
    Last edited by locs4dayz; 09-13-2012 at 05:15 PM.
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    You guys probably ought to post this on the Centrafuse forum first, but the solution is simple.

    1. Open System->Settings. Make sure Advanced settings is selected.
    2. Select graphics and click setup
    3. in the upper right hand corner, click "Fullscreen"
    4. Save.

    That's it.

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