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olucho
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Post by olucho »

Purduecoz, how did you change the preference file?

I changed ScummVM to open in fullscreen but now it's crashing as soon as I open it, and I can't change out of full screen.

But I also can't find the preference file where I assume it would be (Library/Preferences/ScummVM Preferences)... there is no such folder.

I'm running Mac OS X Lion.

Thanks!

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Post by clone2727 »

olucho wrote:Purduecoz, how did you change the preference file?

I changed ScummVM to open in fullscreen but now it's crashing as soon as I open it, and I can't change out of full screen.

But I also can't find the preference file where I assume it would be (Library/Preferences/ScummVM Preferences)... there is no such folder.

I'm running Mac OS X Lion.

Thanks!
README wrote:Mac OS X:
~/Library/Preferences/ScummVM Preferences
(here, ~ refers to your home directory)

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Post by aculotarpa »

aculotarpa wrote:In Lion the Library folder is hidden by default, but you can reach it by choosing in Finder Go > Go To Folder and typing ~/Library/

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More full screen questions

Post by BensonBot »

Hi,

I'm using ScummVM on a Mac OSX (most recent version, Mountain Lion).
I've encountered a weirdness with the full screen thing, but it doesn't seem to be the same as what's talked about here. It's been like this for quite a while, and I thought the new version of ScummVM would resolve it, but it hasn't.

I like to go in and out of full screen mode when playing a game, which of course I can do by pressing alt-Enter. However, I can only do this twice, after which it freezes and I have to force it to quit.
Other applications I use (like Boxer, the Mac version of DosBox) don't have this problem -- hence my assumption it has something to do with ScummVM and not my own computer or OS.

Any thoughts, or has anyone else encountered this?

Thanks,
- BensonBot

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Post by criezy »

BensonBot: See this thread

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Post by BensonBot »

criezy wrote:BensonBot: See this thread
That's great! Thanks so much.
I'd done searching for it, and somehow missed the topic.

- BensonBot

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