cMUD Scaling in Win 10

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cMUD Scaling in Win 10

Postby Tysmiha » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:59 pm

Hey all, just wondering if anyone has a solution for my issue before I surrender. I've installed cMUD on my Surface, but it is horribly off in its scaling. The font is miniscule, and the buttons are teeny. I'd love to be able to play, but this just isn't effective. Thoughts?
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Re: cMUD Scaling in Win 10

Postby *Idjit* » Sun Jul 30, 2017 12:29 am

If you -do- surrender, will we still see you logging in from time to time from a full desktop?
I'd hate to see you go.
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Re: cMUD Scaling in Win 10

Postby *Breeze* » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:03 am

I couldn't get cmud to work properly so I ended up going to mudlet..
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Re: cMUD Scaling in Win 10

Postby Teron » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:38 am

A heavy cMUD user told me that you can resize font in the preferences, but you can't resize UI buttons.
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Re: cMUD Scaling in Win 10

Postby Filk » Mon Jul 31, 2017 11:06 am

Not sure thats the same problem. But i had issue that looks similiar on my win8 laptop with small screen and high resolution. Autoscaling works bad for cmud. But there is option to disable autoscale in shortcut settings(with right click on it), compatibility tab, disable autoscale checkbox. No ideas if it exists on win10, but you could check
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