First of all, thanks (again) to Philip Kendall for creating Fuse :-) (and for putting it under GPL).
I compiled today Fuse 0.10.0.1 in 2 "flavours": SDL version and GTK version.
1.- FULL SCREEN PROBLEM
IIRC, when I was running FUSE 0.90 and previous versions with SDL I was able to run it fullscreen (fullscreen=1 in .fuserc XML file). Today I've noticed that my 0.10.0.1 compiled binary has not full screen option and ignores my .fuserc fullscreen=1 value.
I have the following installed:
Configure script does not give any kind of error about fullscreen or SDL.
2.- FILTER SAVING PROBLEM
I select TV 3x or TV 2x filter, screen changes to something like simulated scanlines, and I save options. Config option in .fuserc says:
But when I start fuse again, it starts as "3x", without the scanlines.
What I'm doing wrong?
Thanks a lot for your help.
It sounds to me that your problems may be that you are using the X version of Fuse rather than SDL.
Could you post your config.log and results of ldd fuse?
You were right. "ldd" show that the X11 version was compiled.
I thought that "--without-gtk" would automatically prefer SDL version over X11, but I was wrong X-D. Now "--with-sdl" did the job.
One question about SDL version ... How do I hide/remove the red tape / floppy icons in the right-bottom of the screen? Seeing them when the Speccy is not loading or saving anything is not useful and it breaks the "full-screen-I'm-on-a-spectrum" feeling.
Turn off 'Show statusbar' in the General Options.
> Turn off 'Show statusbar' in the General Options.
I even found a better option for me: I modified ui/sdl/sdldisplay.c so that the "red" icons are not displayed but the Green icons are shown. This way, I can turn on the "Statusbar" and the icons only appear when disk/tape operations are being made :)
Thanks a lot for your help :)
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