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    While we are at it, to finish this,
    what screen size in OR and video card settings should OR be best set at?
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    That is a question with multiple answers. OR can be run full screen without distortion and is best at the native resolution of the monitor, or you can run it in a window which will gain some FPS over running full screen. To qualify that FPS statement, I run OR with the FPS locked to the monitor refresh rate, in my case 60. With that in place there is an easily seen difference in FPS between the two modes. If you run without the FPS locked to the monitor refresh rate the difference is not so easily seen because the FPS are so ridiculously high.

    Video card settings will vary according to your base, AMD, Nvidia or Intel.
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    Hi Folks,

    I guess I'm old school - I still prefer to work on 4:3 monitors and they are getting hard to find... I've got a decent pair of 20 in and I hope they last... I have to use wide screens at work and I hate them...


    Regards,
    Scott

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    With respect guys I think we're going WAY off topic here?

    My comments were specific to the Aspect Ratio of the screenshots posted here rather than how anyone runs OR.

    However you run it your screengrabs are going to be in that Aspect Ratio ....be that 16:9 or 4:3? Whatever you chose the screengrabs should be posted in the same Aspect Ratio or they will be distorted.
    Geoff
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    Dash 9, C42-8, and shop built C36-7 work a train load of cars and parts from Japan, to Minneapolis. 65 cars and 5,800 tons. It gets down to 27 mph west of Libby. Here it is wide open at 49 mph.
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