Please help testing upcoming openMSX release!

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By Manuel

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06-06-2020, 22:33

Perhaps you have already vsync enabled in your video driver settings? Which videocard do you use?

By Manel46

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07-06-2020, 09:28

My graphics card is an NVIDIA Quadro. Suitable for 3D CAD.
I have no idea how to enable or not vsync, in the controller.

By Juan Luis

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07-06-2020, 10:35

Manel46, on the right bottom of your Windows desktop, on the program bar should be an small nVidia Control Panel icon. Open nVidia Control Panel and select 3D Configuration->Manage 3D configuration.

It will be shown two tabs: Global configuration and Program configuration. You will be able to see on the bottom VSync and Triple Buffer options.

By Manel46

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07-06-2020, 11:40

Thanks Juan Luis.
In vertical synchronization, by default, it is activated: "Use the settings of the 3D application".
Manuel, I don't know if this gives you any clue.

By Manuel

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07-06-2020, 13:00

It suggests that the openMSX setting should determine what happens. But you see no difference in the smoothness of scrolling you said... that is strange.

By Manuel

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08-06-2020, 23:01

PGimeno posted a link that states that a particular macOS release had a vsync bug that was fixed: https://love2d.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=230284#p230284 - in short:

Quote:

vsync has been fixed inside macOS since 10.14.4 (released in March).

(Note, that was March 2019...)

Grauw, which macOS are you running again?

By Grauw

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08-06-2020, 22:49

10.15.5, I’ve been on 10.15 since about the time it came out (2019-10-07).

By Manuel

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08-06-2020, 23:02

Well, I have just added the VSync setting to the OSD menu and Catapult... so it's at least easy to change.

By DrWh0

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12-06-2020, 11:10

Hi Manuel

I have been testing last build of openMSX and I see that Drag & Drop support works but not for zip files, there is any plans to support it?

Also a navigation inside zip files would be great so we can, for example, have access to multiple disks inside the same zip like Bluemsx does (instead of creating a zip file for each disk/cas of the same game).

Are there any plans for adding additional video filters (for example filling the entire screen)?

Also there is a bug using skins, for example if you use the skin "fancy" the skin overlaps MSX screen cutting part of the visualization of MSX (if you change scaler settings or change borders with skin enabled you will see the bug)

Thanks in advance Smile

By Manuel

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12-06-2020, 13:37

Hi DrWh0. Thanks for testing and giving feedback, much appreciated!

1. I just zipped a ROM file and dropped it. Worked fine. What exactly did you test? (If there are multiple files in a zip, openMSX will only look at the first one... See probably also next point.)
2. You mean from inside the OSD menu when browsing for a file? There is a very similar ticket about it: https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX/issues/120 Feel free to add comments there.
3. What exactly do you mean? There is a full screen setting, or are you talking about stretching to fit a 16:9 screen without letterbox?
4. Yeah, that skin is from the time there was no horizontal stretch setting yet. It can't really handle that. You can work around it by turing horizontal stretch off ("None" in the OSD menu, or value 320). I also noticed that with this skin, the menu button isn't visible... This skin needs some rethinking. Thanks for reporting! I put it in this ticket: https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX/issues/1271

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