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Posted on 11-04-10 04:37 PM taterii is Offline     Post: 38 words - (ID: 270408) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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Hey, I'm just wondering if there is a way to make the screen go in full screen while I play a game in the retro game room? I don't like playing in windows all that much.
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I agree with this, Is there a way to make the RGR full screen?

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Posted on 11-04-10 04:48 PM taterii is Offline     Post: 12 words - (ID: 270413) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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Yeah! Or maybe just a bigger screen if full screen isn't possible?

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Posted on 11-12-10 05:14 PM biohazard532 is Offline     Post: 80 words - (ID: 273898) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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Actually when you think about it when the screen size is increased then the pixels are increased so it will make the game really blurry so just a bigger screen will do but a full screen option will be okay for the N64 and other TV platforms but for the portables like GBA and GBC will be blurry because of the massive screen size increase so a bigger screen would be great and a full screen would be great too.

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Posted on 11-12-10 10:58 PM alexanyways is Offline     Post: 11 words - (ID: 273998) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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I'll move this to the Retro Game Room Help Forum.

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Posted on 11-13-10 09:34 AM BNuge is Offline     Post: 81 words - (ID: 274125) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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taterii :
Alt+Enter is typically the way to make something full screen. The only other way is to right click and hope that there is a full screen option in the menu that appears.

I don't think either option works with the RGR. I know this came up in a previous thread regarding some N64 games that could only work in full screen, but they weren't able to get it running. Here's that thread if you want to check it:
http://www.vizzed.com/vizzedboard/thread.php?id=17929
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