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Unable to make HPL2 Editor Window Smaller and Quitting Problems
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Not Solved Unable to make HPL2 Editor Window Smaller and Quitting Problems

Ok I am having a very serious issue with the HPL2 Engine for Amnesia. The engine window is stretched so far I can't reach the bottom bar making it very difficult to work with my map :/. Another problem I have is everytime I want to quit the editor I hit the red "x" button and LevelEditor/ Quit LevelEditor and it won't close so I have no other option but to force quit the application. Any ideas how to fix this issue?


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In the level editor options you can define a width and height for the program. Also, you cannot close the program by the window frame buttons (this is an issue for all platforms). You can, however, close the level editor either through the application menu (though i only know this for Windows and Linux) or by hitting Esc on your keyboard.

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(09-20-2011 01:26 AM)Your Computer Wrote:  In the level editor options you can define a width and height for the program. Also, you cannot close the program by the window frame buttons (this is an issue for all platforms). You can, however, close the level editor either through the application menu (though i only know this for Windows and Linux) or by hitting Esc on your keyboard.
Well that solves my quitting problem but can u show me a picture of the options to change cause right now im in options and i dont know what to change to make it smaller....
09-20-2011 01:45 AM
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(09-20-2011 01:45 AM)DarkSnowman Wrote:  Well that solves my quitting problem but can u show me a picture of the options to change cause right now im in options and i dont know what to change to make it smaller....

Edit > Options: General: Resolution X (width), Resolution Y (height). Adjust resolution y to make it smaller. Program restart may be required for changes to take affect.

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09-20-2011 02:07 AM
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(09-20-2011 02:07 AM)Your Computer Wrote:  
(09-20-2011 01:45 AM)DarkSnowman Wrote:  Well that solves my quitting problem but can u show me a picture of the options to change cause right now im in options and i dont know what to change to make it smaller....

Edit > Options: General: Resolution X (width), Resolution Y (height). Adjust resolution y to make it smaller. Program restart may be required for changes to take affect.


YES IT WORKS FINALLY! Smile Thanks a bunch! Now I can finally do my custom map :3
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