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    Cab owners: How do you like your monitor settings? With a small border or no?

    Every year or so I like to adjust my monitor a little bit. In the past Iíve made the picture just a little smaller with black borders on all sides and lately Iíve been thinking about stretching to the very edges, even going over the sides so 100% of the screen is filled.

    Furthermore, do you like your image totally flat or rounded to the contour of your monitor?

    Just curious how yíall like to set up your stuff.

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    Right to the edges for me, if you don't change hardware often or at all it's set and forget anyway.



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    Personally I dont like any black boarders. I usually fill the entire screen and even utilize some overscan to help hide geometry problems.

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    Fill that screen.

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    Full as possible. Big sprites. Iím always adjusting them when I switch games.

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    Full as possible

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    What cab have you got? Easy enough with the monitor controls under the CPO.

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    Depends upon the game. For CPS2 384 x 224 I have big borders for widescreen CPS2 goodness.

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    Black borders can never be goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuChu Flamingo View Post
    Depends upon the game. For CPS2 384 x 224 I have big borders for widescreen CPS2 goodness.

    Is there something wrong with you?

    why did I even ask...



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuChu Flamingo View Post
    Depends upon the game. For CPS2 384 x 224 I have big borders for widescreen CPS2 goodness.



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    Definitely edge to edge for me. Why would you want to have borders, anyway? As long as everything is displayed in the correct aspect ratio, the borders are kind of pointless. Maybe that depends on the type of cabinet you have? I remember hearing once that someone didn't like how the edges of the screen reflected off of the bezel. I guess adding borders would remedy that, but that's a whole new level of autism altogether.

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