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    Quote Originally Posted by Toasty View Post
    Ask Nintendo to be more consistent in making their games emulator-hack-friendly.
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    Basically, the games are designed to be played on a 4:3 television where the borders are covered by overscan. Some games employ graphics routines that can be hacked to show a wider view; others employ graphics routines that either can't be manipulated that way, or are not understood well enough to be manipulated that way.
    do u think there will be a time when u can make all n64 games work in 16:10 mode on pj64

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    Quote Originally Posted by emuguy15 View Post
    do u think there will be a time when u can make all n64 games work in 16:10 mode on pj64
    When I can? Considering the most I've ever done in emulation is an SCHIP emulator, and I doubt I'll ever get into N64 emulator development, no.

    Will there ever be a time when someone proficient in N64 emulator programming can make all N64 games work in 16:10? Also basically a no. Some games simply aren't designed in such a way that it can be done.

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    Well most games i tried can, but it requires adjustments direct 3d clear mode as well as override aspect, and it works, graphics are good, and the screen is filled out, but the problem is that it causes glitches in some games. It works in Zelda games but doesn't work in mario 64, sigh...

    Another option could be to run all games in 4:3 mode to avoid switching aspect ratio all the time.

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    sorry for double post but, just tried another emulator called muppen64, and here there are no black borders in mario 64, hmm...

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    So, here we are, almost eight years later, and project 64 is still going strong. Anyway, it seems like the solution that i mentioned previously still works, but it causes some annoying glitches, such as black squares in super mario 64. Is this going to be fixed some day?

    Last edited by emuguy15; October 30th, 2019 at 18:13.

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