how where u able to set fps? I cant see the option (same screen as in your post) no options on the video settings!
please provide a log.
On the infill T3 they hard set the fps limits so you dont see that menu. On the T3 I believe its lowered to 15fps...probably higher on the G4 as the video card is better. The milkdrop effect is also removed on T3.
Mitsubishi Eclipse 2006 GT
Infill T3 running StreetDeck
2ndThis is still not working in 220.127.116.11. Exact same thing as .6. Set to 45 fps and 16x9, exit, reload, and it is reset to 1 fps and 4x3.
video settings -
im attaching a screenshot
I havent had that option (fps) since 1 0 8 7 I think!
BTW I just had a thought......(yes I m capable)
Is it possible that the "updater" doesnt work right?
What im saying is that maybe the updater depends on specific settings and /or running modules
maybe thats why we all get different results even though we all have G4 s
and update with the same version
which brings me back to what I had posted sometime ago
What if we can have an updater that resets everything to default settings and then update and test
We wouldnt want to loose our personalized settings of course so I suggested that maybe we can have a little module/ap that saves a "personal preferences file" with all our settings
If we test with default and it works, and then apply our "settings file" and we get bugs, at least it makes it easier to troubleshoot
The only thing wrong with this is that the SD coders have their hands full already but, think of it as investing in the future, built infrastructure that will help them with future updates
You can use -resetconfig to reset your configuration to default.
Config.xml and options.sdo contain all the options for StreetDeck. There is nothing stored in the registry. Just make a copy and restore this file to go to / from your settings and other ones.
Do you want everyone with this problem to try the config reset or just those on the infills?
If you believe the issue occurred after you changed a setting, Any SD user can troubleshoot using this method.