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22nd April, 2009 at 06:02:01 -

how to resize window to fit ENTIRE frame width and height during runtime

 
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22nd April, 2009 at 13:59:31 -

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Or if you want to change the resolution from your starting resolution during runtime use the "Window Control Object."

 
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already tried both of those. didnt work
btw during runtime

 
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23rd April, 2009 at 01:39:16 -

Is the frame bigger or smaller than the window?
If you need to stretch the frame, then the Window Control object should do the job (I know you said you tried already, but I think you must have been doing something wrong).
If you need to shrink it to fit, then maybe the Viewport extension might work?


 
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23rd April, 2009 at 01:41:46 -

already tried window control, didnt work

the window is 640*480 and it needs to be 1280*960

 
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23rd April, 2009 at 01:50:40 -

When you use the Window Control, are you using the Application Window actions or the Frame Window actions? You would want the Application Window actions, under Resize as opposed to Frame Window. Also, why would you change it during runtime? Why not by default? If you're planning on having it change for each level that could get both troublesome and annoying to the player...

 
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23rd April, 2009 at 01:57:46 -

I tried the options under resize already

Also if i make the window bigger than the frame, there is a border of plain color. I dont want that

i want the window to = the frame width and height. So it needs to change respectively

When i did the resize options, it just made the entire frame bigger, didnt include all of the frame

 
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23rd April, 2009 at 02:12:38 -

Make sure that the window size set in the properties box, is bigger than your largest level (otherwise you'll get a border like you noticed) - you can just set it to some ridiculously huge size if you like.

Then, at the start of the frame, use the window control ("resize..." not "frame window...") to resize the view to the frame dimensions (from the storyboard controls).

And yeah, like Jon said - I don't think it's a good idea to resize the window between levels anyway. It would probably look better to just have your own decorative border to use up the empty space.

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23rd April, 2009 at 02:19:58 -

didnt work

can you make a file and give it to me?

 
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23rd April, 2009 at 02:19:59 -

i want no borders i just want to resize the frame
that is it
nothing more
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23rd April, 2009 at 03:11:44 -

You just want to change the window resolution? Are is it something actually complicated? I'm personally confused by this.

 
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23rd April, 2009 at 03:15:44 -

i want to change make the window in mmf2 to equal the width and heigth of a specfic frame

This frame is bigger than the normal window on all other frames.
I want the ENTIRE frame to be shown when it is played

 
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