How to play the Tile version windowed


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Dungeon Dilettante

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Post Wednesday, 10th August 2011, 19:44

How to play the Tile version windowed

Whenever I play the Tiled version of Dungeon Crawl, it opens up in full screen. How can I change this to make it open in a window instead?
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Post Wednesday, 10th August 2011, 19:47

Re: How to play the Tile version windowed

1 - stop playing crawl

2 - check file in crawl -> settings -> tiles_options.txt

3 - remove '# ' from in front of "tile_full_screen = false"

4 - optionally remove '# ' from tile_window_width and height as well.

5 - start crawl
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Dungeon Dilettante

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Post Wednesday, 10th August 2011, 19:48

Re: How to play the Tile version windowed

Thanks. I have done coding for other things like this before, I don't know why my brain didn't think that was the solution -_-
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Post Wednesday, 10th August 2011, 19:50

Re: How to play the Tile version windowed

set tile_full_screen to false. If your screen resolution is lower than 1024x800, it defaults to full screen. Minimum supported resolution is 800x480.
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