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Problem with non 16:9 monitors...


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I got the brand new Eizo EV2730Q, a 1:1 (!) monitor, just yesterday and immediately started playing Pillars with it, because this monitor was made to play games like Pillars on it, as can be seen in picture 1.

 

However, there are various screen layout problems throughout the game, resulting in screen parts not being shown, as can be seen in picture 2 and 3.

 

My guess is that some game windows are being maximized for screen height, and thereby overshoot in screen width on non 16:9 monitors. So far this occured with the dialog window and the character sheet (see pictures), unfortunately some very important game elements.

 

This may also affect 4:3 monitors.

 

For some reasons I can't upload the pictures here ("This upload failed"), so I post these links:

 

Picture 1:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5d485qofets4i6g/2015-03-28%2019.10.23.jpg?dl=0

 

Picture 2:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l3dchz0jezmmizf/2015-03-28%2019.10.39.jpg?dl=0

 

Picture 3:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qmo00wxohbkmg6c/2015-03-28%2019.09.26.jpg?dl=0

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And this' my problem too: as shown in 2 and 3 picture, some parts of the games are not shown, as if we're playing with the wrong resolution.

 

Also, in game it isn't possible to properly change it, 'cause the possibilities offered are really limited, so you can't say "let's try a different one".

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Hey guys,

Thanks for reporting this issue. I updated updated our bug tracker to include this problem. 

Got a bug :cat:?? Help us squish it!

  • In your report Include your *save file* (C:\Users\YourNameHere\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity) and ...
  • PC: *output_log.txt* (In your PillarsOfEternity_Data folder)
  • Mac/Linux: *Player.log* (In your Unity folder)

  • Thank you for your help!

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