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mr_open | feedback | [Suggestion_6614]

Editor smaller?

Well i don't know about you guys but i have a mini laptop so the screen isn't too big.Now when i go to the editor to put the enemies in.I can't get to the shrouder row because my screen is too small and the editor cannot go lower.So I thought maybe you could make it wider instead of making it taller?
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Comments

2 May 2010 [comment_32080]
steve
Jut hold down ALT and drag the window or whatever the equivalent is on windows.


2 May 2010 [comment_32084]
megaman4ever
Change the resolution bigger.


2 May 2010 [comment_32087]
crazymerlinman321
Ok i'll try those options,thank you!


2 May 2010 [comment_32094]
crazymerlinman321
Doesn't work:(


2 May 2010 [comment_32095]
megaman4ever
What part of changing resolution won't work?


2 May 2010 [comment_32096]
crazymerlinman321
No because there are only two options for the resoultion for this stupid computer.A bigger one and smaller one(the one im using currently)They both won't make a difference.


2 May 2010 [comment_32100]
megaman4ever
I guess it's just your fault getting a mini laptop. You could use an external screen or get a cable to connect it on your TV, but I don't think either would be a) helpful b) worth the cost.

It doesn't show fully on my screen either, but I made a suggestion earlier about adding scrolling bars. Seems that hasn't worked out so hot since that though.


2 May 2010 [comment_32121]
Go into the map file, and change the scale of the mr4Objects tileset/the objects layer. Set it to the same number as the active layer.(I'd tell you specific, but I'm currently at the wrong computer.


2 May 2010 [comment_32132]
steve
I have a netbook as well. I just move the window by holding down ALT and dragging. I'm sure there's a way of doing that on Windows as well.

Here, let me google that for you.

Ah yes:
1. Hold down Alt + Spacebar
2. Press the M key
3. Use the arrow keys to relocate the window
4. Press the Enter key when you have the Window in the desired location.

From
http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=56

Try that.


2 May 2010 [comment_32153]
crazymerlinman321
Thank you Steve.It now works


10 May 2010 [comment_32789]
YO YO WHATS UP
Why do we need to make the editor smaller steve?

♪ ninja-edit: so that it all fits on one screen!


11 May 2010 [comment_32791]
crazymerlinman321
Duh!!!


11 May 2010 [comment_32812]
Super_merlin
It fits on 1940x1080 Resolution.


11 May 2010 [comment_32813]
crazymerlinman321
My screen resolution is 1024x600


11 May 2010 [comment_32839]
steve
I can make it smaller, but there's no scrolling on it so if something doesn't fit on the screen, there no way to see it.


11 May 2010 [comment_32843]
Super_merlin
Well, 1940x1080 is a full HD Monitor, so of course it fits.


11 May 2010 [comment_32850]
crazymerlinman321
Ya but it gets a little annoying when you have to press all those keys to move the editor.


11 May 2010 [comment_32860]
Super_merlin
HAHA! I don't need to press any keys!!!!

NWEHEHE!


11 May 2010 [comment_32863]
Neither do I! But mine is due to using th map editor in director;)


12 May 2010 [comment_32900]
crazymerlinman321
Lucky!Oh well,that's life!


14 May 2010 [comment_33149]
megaman4ever
It's not luck. It's the fact he used alot of money to buy the thing.


14 May 2010 [comment_33196]
crazymerlinman321
Ya but some bigger computers cost less than mini-computers.


14 May 2010 [comment_33197]
crazymerlinman321
It's true


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