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    Constant Bitrate shiltz's Avatar
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    800x480 support?

    I was just wondering if the latest version of Centrafuse has the 800x480 support built in yet or not? I didn't see anything when I searched that said one way or the other if it did.

    I always wanted to use Centrafuse back when I built my carputer but the lack of the 800x480 kept me from using it and was just thinking about it today and figured i'd check to see if that's changed since then.
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    Resolution is dependent on the skin you're using, not the program itself. All you need is an 800x480 skin.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Super Moderator. If my typing sucks it's probably because I'm driving.... turbocad6's Avatar
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    ...& even if you use the standard skin, it can be scaled by centrafuse to display at any given resolution, 800X480 is no problem..

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    you can set the resolution to anything by opening the config.xml file...

    I have added the ability to add custom resolutions from the Settings GUI in 1.7...

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbocad6
    ...& even if you use the standard skin, it can be scaled by centrafuse to display at any given resolution, 800X480 is no problem..
    Cool, it couldn't do that when I had built my computer, it was just 848x480 and 800x600 back then, you could tell it 800x480 but it wouldn't scale, it would just crop off those extra 48 pixels from the 848x480 res and making a custom skin seemed to take a little more programing ability than what I have, lol.

    Guess i'm gona have to download it now to try it out
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    I assume you were using 1.3 or before. The scaling support has been there since 1.4 I believe.

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    Yeah, was I belive 1.0 and 1.1 back when I was building my computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM_VR4
    I assume you were using 1.3 or before. The scaling support has been there since 1.4 I believe.
    First one I used was 1.2 and im pretty sure that had scaling suport already... might be that im mistaken though...

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