BACKENDS: Android - After clean install, graphics settings are not consistent with their state in the GUI
|Reported by:||antoniou79||Owned by:||antoniou79|
|Version:||Keywords:||GUI, graphics, filter graphics, stretch mode, inconsistency|
Description (last modified by )
After clean install, some options in the Graphics settings like Filter Graphics and Stretch mode have a state that is not correctly reflected in the GUI.
Filter Graphics seems to be enabled, Aspect Ratio Correction is disabled, and Stretch Mode set to "Stretch to Window", *however* the GUI shows Filter Graphics checkbox as unchecked, Aspect Ratio correction as enabled, and Stretch Mode as <default>
To make them consistent via a hacky workaround the user has to check the Filter Graphics, click Apply, then uncheck Filter Graphics and Apply again.
Also the default values for these two options above after a clean install should be:
- Filter Graphics disabled
- Aspect ratio correction enabled
- Stretch Mode Fit to Window
A potentially connected issue is that choosing <default> for the Stretch Mode in the Graphics Tab, does not actually set a default value but keeps the existing setting. This issue (tracked here: https://bugs.scummvm.org/ticket/11744) is not particular to Android.
These bugs could affect other options too (in Graphics or other Option tabs).
Change History (4)
comment:2 by , 6 months ago
|Summary:||BACKENDS: Android - After clean install, graphics settings are not cosistent with their state in the GUI → BACKENDS: Android - After clean install, graphics settings are not consistent with their state in the GUI|