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Old 04-13-2012, 11:25 AM   #1
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Unhappy Need help in settings

For some reason,even when i select 1366 x 768,the main menu and galactic conquest menu/movement/blah is always 4:3 instead of 16:9/1366x768.Only when fighting in map it will be 16:9 (I don't think the resolution is 1366x768 despite 16:9).Also,movie subtitles are not working.

Any fix or help can you guys provide ?

Also,are there any mods or stuff to freshen this game up ?I've always wanted to try stuff i couldn't in the PS2 version i played as a kid,so I need some cool stuff or something that just changes the game experience into something completely different (or at least just some maps from BF1 and Kit Fisto and Asajj Ventress from the Xbox Live DLC)

Battlefront FOREVAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRR........

......if only there's still people here......

Off-topic : Battlefront 3 or Half Life 3/Episode 3 ?
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Old 04-25-2012, 04:28 PM   #2
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Nope, the main menu resolution/aspect ratio is hard-coded, meaning it cannot be changed.


As for mods:

Unofficial SWBF2 v1.3 Patch (Note that you'll need this in order to play any era mods.)
Dark Times II: Rising Son
Dark Space/Last Days
RAS Prosecutor: Hangars
SWBF1 Conversion Pack v2.2

Also, make sure you keep on the lookout for my mods!

Mass Effect: Unification (ModDB)
Mass Effect: Unification (Gametoast)
Sol Map Pack (ModDB)
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