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Started by Bastard Mami, March 26, 2006, 07:16:27 am
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[small] smoother winmugen
#1  March 26, 2006, 07:16:27 am
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Don't know if this has been posted before. if that's the case dump/delete /merge this topic.

Anyways the thing is this, first you need to make a .cmd or .bat file to run winmugen. The contents of the file are usually:

winmugen.exe -r motif

now, just change it to this.

start /abovenormal winmugen.exe -r motif

high and realtime can also be used for better results; using this i can get winmugen to run at 30fps on my celeron 400 at double res =4 with pretty much every char.
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#2  March 27, 2006, 03:04:22 pm
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I tried this, and whenever an app grabs focus, I lose control for mugen.
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Re: [small] smoother winmugen
#3  March 27, 2006, 10:29:14 pm
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Mind telling the conditions ?

I use two setting for this, one is windowed in above normal, that is the setting i use for testing characters/moves i am working on.

When i want to play a few minutes+ i use high and hardware.

I have not had the lose control for mugen problem in the gamepad, though i lose keyboard control but i don´t know the specific conditions. to recover the KB control, i take focus out  of mugen, then back to it. it ahs only happened in windowed mode, i don't remember ever having focus lost because windows forces that; i will give this lose focus problem some tests when i get back to my home.

also, which are your setting for running mugen in the bg ? (refer to the ai discussion topic in mguen general discussion)
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#4  April 10, 2006, 09:27:06 pm
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will this do anything for someone running on a decent pc?  Or is this mainly for low-end users?
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New #5  April 12, 2006, 01:43:18 pm
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It's setting the processor priority for windows, I highly reccomend not using realtime if you have anything running in the background, because the system will attribute virtually no resources to any other processes.  This includes explorer btw.

Last Edit: April 12, 2006, 01:46:19 pm by aokmaniac13