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PostPosted: 28 Jul 2019, 04:54 
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Seems this game suffers the same issue as the previous Wolfenstein games and Doom 2016 when running in triple screens. Not available for Flawless widescreen yet. I assume it's a similar fix? Any help?

Aspect ratio has a maximum of 3.0, which results in a stretched image (like other ID tech 6 games).


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PostPosted: 28 Jul 2019, 21:35 
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The information on the AR of 3 being the maximum seems to be false, because the game allows selecting 32:9 in the menu of the demo.

On Flawless Widescreen and fixing the game for 48:9,
for Old Blood, the arrays it looks for are
F3 0F 5E ?? 75 ?? ?? 0F ?? ?? 76 ?? ?? 0F ?? ?? EB ?? F3 (AR)
D1 ?? 85 ?? 0F 4F ?? 33 ?? 8B ?? E8 ("movies")

For The New Order they're
F3 0F 5E ?? 75 ?? 0F 2F ?? 76 ?? 0F 28 ?? EB ?? F3 (AR)
D1 ?? 85 ?? 0F 4F ?? 33 ?? 8B ?? E8 (movies)

For Wolfenstein II:
F3 0F ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? F3 0F ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? F3 0F ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? 0F 28 ?? E8 ?? ?? ?? ?? F3 0F ?? ?? E8 ?? ?? ?? ??

You can see the apparent patterns shared across them. It should be easy to locate the bytes to change in Youngblood. I don't have the game so I can't offer more.

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