From: New Zealand
Sorry, didn't know you gusy are so quick to reply and look at the forums regularly. Thanks for both your quick replies.
Not trying to argue but the DPI issue is a bug, or oversight if you will. They game wasn't designed to take into account people that use DPI scaling, a standard windows feature for many many years. I have used this feature on my current PC which I have had for nearly 3 years and this is the first game that have had issues with it. One or two freeware programs, like Freetrack, have had issues but this is the first game that hasn't been designed this in mind. To change the DPI, you have to restart windows. So to be able to play this game, I would have to restart twice every time I want to play.
I understand that it is easy to overlook, but in my opinion should be fixed. Irellevant now because Arjuna has kindly replied very quickly to say that it wasn't going to be fixed and most importantly, because I haven't bought the game.
Im just sad that I have just discovered these brilliant wargames and now won't be able to enjoy them. Im not intersted in the Hex variety but this would have been brilliant. First there was the new Combat Mission games, crippled by crazy DRM, and now the DPI issue in this. Oh well, time to move on and hope that their next one will be able to be played on the 120 DPI setting.
Thanks for your time gents.
< Message edited by JiminyJickers -- 10/4/2011 8:28:07 PM >