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    Just a quick question. I've looked but can't find . Is there a way to get out of Fullscreen in CFS3??

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    Update::
    Finally got CFS3 to Window mode. I unchecked the "Run in 640x480 Resolution" under Properties-Combatability. The "-window" works but not the "-window -1620".
    Anyhow just gonna keep it in Full screen now to figure out how to get it moved to my left monitor, doesn't want to leave the right one ..

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Flier View Post
    Update::
    Finally got CFS3 to Window mode. I unchecked the "Run in 640x480 Resolution" under Properties-Combatability. The "-window" works but not the "-window -1620".
    Anyhow just gonna keep it in Full screen now to figure out how to get it moved to my left monitor, doesn't want to leave the right one ..
    I think there are only 3 values the -window comand understands: -800 (800x600), -1024 (1024x768) and -1280 (1280x1024).

  5. #5
    Agreed. I've tried other values to no effect as well.
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    I think Windows 10 display settings had an option to select the primary monitor for fullscreen 3D, but I don't remember where it is.

    If you have 2019 version of DX9 shaders you can convert any fullscreen mode into a windowed mode, but at the cost of disabling antialiasing (maybe you can re-enable it in driver's control panel, not sure).
    Just find and change
    WindowedMode=0
    to
    WindowedMode=1
    in d3d8.ini.

    If parameter is not there, you probably have an older version of shaders.

    There's one issue though. Shaders will likely create a borderless window to fit the game into desktop and it may be impossible to move such window to another monitor.


    BTW, -window parameter also supports -3840, -3072, and -1600. Assuming these are 4:3 modes it should be 3840x2880, 3072x2304 and 1600x1200 respectively, but the game won't start unless you have a big enough monitor: even 1600x1200 won't fit on a standard Full HD 1920x1080 display.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by AnKor View Post
    I think Windows 10 display settings had an option to select the primary monitor for fullscreen 3D, but I don't remember where it is.

    BTW, -window parameter also supports -3840, -3072, and -1600. Assuming these are 4:3 modes it should be 3840x2880, 3072x2304 and 1600x1200 respectively, but the game won't start unless you have a big enough monitor: even 1600x1200 won't fit on a standard Full HD 1920x1080 display.
    Didn't know that, maybe it's time for a bigger monitor

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