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FM19 didn't work as FULLSCREEN - Football Manager General Discussion - Sports Interactive Community
Any help would be appreciated. H4ndy Member Aug 28, Just use game capture for in-game mode and window capture for the client. I just noticed that this in the mac forums, so this is sorta not applicable. Edahsrevlis New Member Sep 29, Still applicable. Anyone have a fix?
Jim Jim. Sep 29, Strange to hear -- it's possible you might need to run OBS as admin for it to list, though that really should not be the case for this game. Another problem is that the game has two different applications, the lobby and the in-game, which require capturing separately quite annoying for users to have to configure, I wish they'd consider changing this somehow. Hmm, I don't know how to run an app as admin on a Mac. O In system preferences, the profile that I'm using does say admin, not sure if that's the same? Oct 8, I'm an idiot - wrong forum, I thought this was for windows.
Newbie - Help with setting up Gameshow/LOL/Resolution/Sound
Starting to get confused here. Ignore prior advice. Okay, let's start again -- Still, the in-game and the lobby are most likely two separate programs, which may have to capture separately. However, screen capture would probably be best to use in my opinion, should have better performance.
Luchador New Member Oct 9, If that doesn't work then close the window that has the drop box and then maybe restart obs, making sure that the WOW window is up and not minimized the window has to be present for obs to capture it. I have Diablo III and can capture it fine, also a helpful hint, once you do get it to capture you can go into edit then transform or where it say transform then go to stretch to screen you might not need to do it if you got a big window for it to capture like x or whatever, but for me I'm usually at about x in game so that I can see the twitch chat.
I think you are right cause this problem occurs only when I play on my plasma TV where I have scaling enabled and yes- I am using an AMD video card, yet this needs to be fixed. Leave the game full screen and close via the in game shut down method and it'll start full screen next time. It DOES change to full screen. The problem is not only the full screen but the fact that the game runs with refresh rate less than 60Hz and it lags. I always exit game from in-game quit button and always in full screen I wait for game to get into menu and than i try again but nothing happens..
I always need to go to game options, change refresh rate to something and than game go to full screen.
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PlayerSettings are ignored when building windowed/fullscreen.
General Discussion Search In. Windowed mode bug! Recommended Posts. Posted July 21, Need a fix for that, its annoying: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. This is the first and only game i have this bug on: Well, the next thing i am waiting is save corrupt bug Posted July 22, MiatakiasGR said:. Boyan said:. Posted July 23, The game seems to launch in windowed mode if it was in windowed mode when you shut it down. SRS13Rastus said:. Posted September 7, After it started to happening in every single game i had, game running in windowed mode or black borders around picture with lower frame rates, i needed to look more seriously into the problem.
So i do a research about this on internet and to be honest its a very common issue.
But the solution is simple. Just open your graphic settings and go to resolution panel, also, open windows screen resolution menu.