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    Re: Xenia module? 
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    thanks for the quick response, in the config file the fullscreen is already set to true and even so it starts in the window and remains so; I do not know what else to do. Thanks for the help
     

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    Hello razobark.
    Try this module, the old fullscreen support has been removed to not interfere with the setting in the config file.
    You don't need the isd file anymore. Let me know if it works please.

    Spoiler: 
    MEmu := "Xenia"
    MEmuV := "v1.0.0"
    MURL := ["http://xenia.jp/"]
    MAuthor := ["drik333"]
    MVersion := "1.0.0"
    MCRC := ""
    iCRC := ""
    MID := ""
    MSystem := ["Microsoft Xbox 360"]
    ;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Notes:
    ; The module is able to launch iso files and extracted games.
    ; For extracted games, you have to name the folders of the games like your database. To see these games in RLUI, create blank txt files named like your database and edit iso|txt|xex as Rom Extensions in RLUI.
    ;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    StartModule()
    BezelGUI()
    FadeInStart()

    primaryExe := new Emulator(emuPath . "\" . executable) ; instantiate emulator executable object
    emuPrimaryWindow := new Window(new WindowTitle("xenia","XeniaWindowClass")) ; instantiate primary emulator window object

    hideEmuObj := Object(emuPrimaryWindow,1)
    7z(romPath, romName, romExtension, sevenZExtractPath)

    BezelStart()
    HideAppStart(hideEmuObj,hideEmu)

    ExtractedGamePath := "\" . romName . "\default.xex"

    ExtractedGameFile := new File(romPath . ExtractedGamePath)

    If (ExtractedGameFile.Exist()) {
    primaryExe.Run("""" . romPath . "\" . romName . "\default.xex" """")
    } Else If (ExtractedGameFile !="") {
    primaryExe.Run("""" . romPath . "\" . romName . romExtension . """")
    }

    emuPrimaryWindow.Wait()
    emuPrimaryWindow.WaitActive()

    BezelDraw()
    HideAppEnd(hideEmuObj,hideEmu)
    FadeInExit()
    primaryExe.Process("WaitClose")
    7zCleanUp()
    BezelExit()
    FadeOutExit()
    ExitModule()

    CloseProcess:
    FadeOutStart()
    emuPrimaryWindow.Close()
    Return


    Thanks
     

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    thank you so much, the modulo it works fine.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent47 View Post
    Using keypresses isn't a good solution if it can be avoided. It's possible that when the module was written they overlooked the better solution of writing to the config file or using command line overrides (which may not have been available at the time).

    If you don't plan on switching between windowed and fullscreen on a per game basis you can just edit the fullscreen option in the xenia.config.toml file.

    I have written a module that uses command line overrides which will allow for more flexibility on a per game basis but there are still some options/features I need to test or implement before I'll post mine. But setting the option in the config file manually should work in the meantime.
    Hey agent, I was curious if you're close to releasing this? I have a module I am using, it works, I just have this really annoying issue where the emulator snaps out of fullscreen and into windowed mode before closing. I have twied using the "borderless fullscreen gaming" app, but it still snaps out of fullscreen and shows the title bar.
    What I was thinking is when pressing "esc", the module can draw a black screen for say 2500ms before the fade out screen starts. I cant figure out how to implement this though as I am not the best at ahk.

    Edit: I found the setting in RLUI for "extra screen" but it doesn't help.

    Edit 2: After realizing I posted 3 times in 24 hours, I removed my older posts and am combining them and adding some information.

    I found that the XBLA games can be renamed and zipped, then you can add the .zip extension to RLUI, it works perfectly. They do not need to be stored in the "content" directory alongside XENIA.

    This fullscreen thing is bugging the crap out of me as it is (so far) the only emu (out of ~50 total) that does this.
    Last edited by ctindell1981 ; 05-11-2020 at 10:21 PM.
     

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