GBA full width of the screen?

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  1. RedBaron
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    Newcomer RedBaron GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I was wondering when you are playing a GBA game is it the full width of the screen? [​IMG]
     
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    You should really use the Supercard General Discussion for this sort of thing, but to answer your question no it doesn't it play fullscreen but plays as if you were playing and actual GBA games so it'll have a small black border.
     
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    I'm pretty sure he's just being obnoxious for the sake of it. Don't mind him.
     
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    Is stretching 16 pixels really necessary? All you'd get is every 16 pixels an extra column of repeated pixels from the last column, making it rather ugly imo. Before any mention of screen filtering is brought up, I would just like to say that doing something like that require a good deal of processing to do, and because GBA emulation is already maxing out the CPU, this filter would only cut into that, making emulation worse.
     
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    Seems you have your answer.

    While I don't believe a whole new thread was necessary to answer this question,
    I do understand that our search function can be troublesome at times.

    I would urge you to join us in our IRC channel if you have further questions, before making new threads.
     
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