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Screen has black borders on the left and right.


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Shivaa

 
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Hello!

Since I downloaded Prototype the screen of my macbookpro 13 inch has been smaller and I have 2 black border, they are 0,8 inch wide and just as high as my normal screen and very annoying.

When I downloaded prototype there where screenoptions but when I change them they won't change. I can chose Rootless (windowed) then are my options normal windows ore virtual disktop.

And my othere choice is Fullscreen and then I can change my resolution, I thought mine was 1280 - 800 but when I change it nothing happens. The game won't start either.

Can someone please help me ?

excuse for bad english I'm dutch;


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