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### init.txt help required

Posted: Wednesday, 30th April 2014, 17:17
Changing resolution/fullscreen settings in a fresh copy does not seem to be working. It still loads in fullscreen, with the edges cut off because it's trying to display too big.
I extracted the folder directly to desktop.

Anyone have any idea what's going wrong?

### Re: init.txt help required

Posted: Wednesday, 30th April 2014, 18:02
Matanui3 wrote:Changing resolution/fullscreen settings in a fresh copy does not seem to be working. It still loads in fullscreen, with the edges cut off because it's trying to display too big.
I extracted the folder directly to desktop.

Anyone have any idea what's going wrong?

Not sure why it isn't reading the init.txt properly but try deleting that (or reinstalling a copy from the download) and see if that helps. (NOTE: before deleting files be sure and make a backup copy so you don't lose the data you want to keep later.)

### Re: init.txt help required

Posted: Wednesday, 30th April 2014, 18:42
Never mind, I am an idiot. I forgot to uncomment the lines!

Posted: Monday, 5th May 2014, 18:12
Matanui3 wrote:Never mind, I am an idiot. I forgot to uncomment the lines!

Last week I had to do a calculation, and I was told there are 5 pieces per centimetre.

I was told to divide the centimetres by 0.2.
I said, "well, I'd just multiply with 5".
"No, no, we have been told to divide by 0.2!"

Are you sure you are an idiot, Matanui3 ?

### Re: init.txt help required

Posted: Monday, 5th May 2014, 18:19
I don't exactly get it Turukano, can you explain? You were told that a centimeter is divided into five segments of 2 millimeters each, right?

Posted: Monday, 5th May 2014, 18:41
The height is 10 centimetres. Each centimetre contains 5 pieces. How many pieces do we have?

"Divide 10 by 0.2"
"Well, I'd just multiply 10 with 5"
"No, we have been told to divide by 0.2"

### Re: init.txt help required

Posted: Monday, 5th May 2014, 18:45
Lol. So simple. I see how you got confused though.