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No, thats the exact way I setup my custom resolution. In hex, 1680=41a and 1050=690
K i did that but all it did was stretch it. Now it is on 1680x1050 but circles look like ovals and everything is just stretched horizontally. =/
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K i did that but all it did was stretch it. Now it is on 1680x1050 but circles look like ovals and everything is just stretched horizontally. =/
Yep...Thats the problem with raster images. This only helps sharpen the vector based images. Because blizzard does not want players to gain an unfair advantage, they disabled POV adjustments. This means that no matter what you do, if you are playing on a wide screen monitor and filling up the complete screen, your picture will be stretched. However, you could avoid this by running the picture in a 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars on both the sides of the monitor.
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Yep...Thats the problem with raster images. This only helps sharpen the vector based images. Because blizzard does not want players to gain an unfair advantage, they disabled POV adjustments. This means that no matter what you do, if you are playing on a wide screen monitor and filling up the complete screen, your picture will be stretched. However, you could avoid this by running the picture in a 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars on both the sides of the monitor.
Can you tell me how? +1 for your help so far.
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