I upgraded to Win 10 and my scrolling is messed up with the mouse or keyboard inputs. I've tried all the permutations of the switches to no effect. Here is what I notice:
If you select an open hex, say water, then scrolling is normal. As you select 'items' with more and more 'details' the scrolling slows.
For example: Select open water - scroll is 100%. Select a single sub - scroll is 80%. Select a task force 10-20 ships - scroll is 50%. Select a base with large data like planes and ships in port - scroll is 10%. Select Pearl Harbor - scroll is 1%.
Also, the more map detail = slower scroll. Open water = 100%. Over China = 50%.
I have the absolute latest updates of my Nvidia drivers and Win 10 upgrades.
Again, I tried EVERY switch setting singly and in combinations. I tired windowed versus full screen - I tried everything and all fail for scrolling.
Windows 10 home 64 bit build 10240 English Intel i7 3.1 GHz memory 6144 RAM Direct X 12 Nvidia GTX 650TI 5058 MB
The only change from the game working perfectly in Win 7 was the upgrade to Win 10.
EDIT: Also, when you select or deselect 'items' in the game, the larger the data = the longer to select. In other words, select a base with no ships, men or planes and the menu comes up quickly. Select a base like Pearl Harbor and the menu takes forever to display and forever to vacate when you select exit.
• To get out of the way what is normal, when you deal with things that have more 'stuff', it does take longer to open them. Usually it is still quick enough that you won't notice.
• I don't know what you mean by "scrolling is messed up with the mouse or keyboard inputs". You do describe slow scrolling, but do you also mean something else?
• When you tried various switches, did you type them in or copy & paste from the documentation? There is a known problem with copy & pasting from the documentation. The documentation is meant to 'look right' visually, and so the document uses a different character instead of the "-" (regular old dash). If you copied and pasted from the doc, delete the dashes and type them in by hand.
• Spelling of switches must be exact. Any misspelled switch will be ignored. So if you try a switch that might have solved the problem, but it was not exact, then you might think it failed when in reality it was not even recognized. For example "-deepColor" is correct but "-deepcolor", "-DeepColor", "-Deepcolor" and so on will all simply be ignored.
• The most likely switches to help (that have helped lots of people moving from Win7 to Win8/8.1 or Win10): "-deepColor", and/or "-SingleCpuOrders", and/or "-dd_sw". (I can make typos too, so check the spelling!)
< Message edited by witpqs -- 8/15/2015 11:30:47 PM >