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After upgrading to Pico-8 0.1.12C I noticed pixels were a bit blurry, even with the explicit option -pixel_perfect 1

Well, it seems the reason is not PICO-8 but a recent Windows 10 update. I have systemwide DPI set to 125 % and Windows therefore tries to scale the PICO-8 window a bit.

I fixed that by right clicking on the PICO-8 shortcut, settings, Compatibility, Button "Change High DPI-Setting".

In the following dialog turn on both checkboxes:

P#68570 2019-10-06 13:53 ( Edited 2019-10-06 13:56)

:: dw817

Unfortunately checkmarking both of these then overrides my settings of:

-width 702 -height 650 -draw_rect 10,5,682,640

And instead forces a new smaller window size I didn't choose.

Testing. Leaving "Override high DPI" turned off allows my window size to return.

It's interesting what you're doing here, pixelpunker, and likely will work well for others who haven't cobbled together a batch file of settings like I have.

P#68573 2019-10-06 14:58 ( Edited 2019-10-06 14:59)

Well, I have explicit width and height in my shortcut too. Maybe you should just increase the numbers. Also make sure your width and height values are divisible by 128.

P#68578 2019-10-06 16:40
:: dw817

Oh, that's my problem. You see I set the width for 702 and height of 650. But that's just perfect on this screen - and definitely not at all divisible by 128.

Yet I still get a very sharp picture here with my settings. Wanted to try your method to see if it would sharpen any more.

P#68579 2019-10-06 16:43

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