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Is it possible to change in-game screen resolution?

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LTrankDAKADAKA
20 days ago
(edited 20 days ago)

Pretty much what the title says.Some time ago I upgraded my monitor so I am kinda having some performance issues right now, since my PC is still crap.I haven't noticed any option to change screen resolution in the lobby, so I assume it's tied to current desktop resolution.Any ideas?

UPDATE:It seems that changing the desktop resolution is the only way to change in-game resolution.It's kinda annoying having to change it every time, but atleast it works.
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CHrankAdminDeinFreund
20 days ago
(edited 19 days ago)

This took some messing around with an unwilling Chobby, but it's possible. I guess we could use a better interface for it though. Here's how it can be done:

1. Exit Chobby (The game lobby)

2. Open the Chobby settings file, by default you'll find it in
%userprofile%\Documents\My Games\Spring\LuaMenu\Config\IGL_data.lua

3. Look for the game settings key, it'll look like
game_settings = {
...
},

4. Insert the reduced resolution you want the game to run in:
game_settings = {
    XResolution = 1920,
    YResolution = 1080,
...
},

(Replace 1920 by the width, 1080 by the height)

5. Start Chobby again, enter the game settings. Change display mode to fullscreen.


6. Hopefully everything works, in my case it first crashed my OS but worked after a restart.


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AUrankAdminGoogleFrog
20 days ago
Spring should support it. I could add a way to set fullscreen resolution in the settings, it would be easy to do similarly to the manual borderless setting.
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LTrankDAKADAKA
19 days ago
Thanks! Will try this out.
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DErankChesti
18 days ago
Can you fix this too for two screens?
https://github.com/Spring-Chobby/Chobby/issues/424
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AUrankAdminGoogleFrog
18 days ago
Already fixed and in the current release. Use the Manual Borderless setting.
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