Can't change resolution or make crawl_tiles full screen


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Dungeon Dilettante

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Post Tuesday, 22nd May 2012, 15:21

Can't change resolution or make crawl_tiles full screen

I have tried changing every way in the tiles_options file that I can to make crawl_tiles run in fullscreen and at a lower resolution.
My eyesight is pretty poor and is getting worse and I wanted to make the game run fullscreen at 800x600, but no matter how many times I change tiles_options, it doesn't do anything at all.
The game runs fine, but it always opens up in a window that fills up most of my screen and the tiles are always the same size.
I've even tried increasing the tile size, but that didn't do anything either.
No matter what setting I change, it never seems to take.

I'm running windows 7, if that makes any difference and the newest version of dungeon crawl stone soup.

Ziggurat Zagger

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Post Tuesday, 22nd May 2012, 15:44

Re: Can't change resolution or make crawl_tiles full screen

The full screen option uses your current desktop resolution. It won't change your resolution before starting the game. To do that, you'd need a custom shortcut or maybe a batch file of some sort.

Dungeon Dilettante

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Post Tuesday, 22nd May 2012, 15:50

Re: Can't change resolution or make crawl_tiles full screen

I can't even make it go to fullscreen in the first place!
It won't go to fullscreen at all, it only wants to open in a window.
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Post Tuesday, 22nd May 2012, 15:59

Re: Can't change resolution or make crawl_tiles full screen

# tile_full_screen = true
# tile_window_width = 1024
# tile_window_height = 768
# tile_map_pixels = 3
# tile_force_overlay = true
# tile_layout_priority = minimap, inventory, gold_turn, command, spell, monster

make sure you remove the # before every line you want to use. Otherwise it's just commented out. That goes for all configuration files.
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