There is a way. I just happened to have forgotten it. It involves running the game from the Mac file with a flash plugin or something. The Mac has like a .swf file you just put in that window. --- But 90% of EVERYTHING is (%*$.
t_tocsPosted 4/14/2012 12:45:39 PM
There isn't a built in way, I know that much. You can use q and w to mess with the ratio to get it smaller to read things better but it won't help if you want other programs running on top of it.
CommunismFTWPosted 4/24/2012 1:55:33 PM
Use Q and W until its way zoomed out and pan and scan. The default "full screen" is so obnoxious, you can count the pixels and the font boxes take up 90% of the screen. --- There was nothing to feel and nothing to do http://i.imgur.com/OhZgm.jpg