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  1. Thanks all for the replies. I appreciate it. The program i use for measuring is Afterburner. The issue is with the system. Maybe the way it detects the screens (i have two). Sometimes when i go from one screen to the other i get this behavior. If i re-do the change, it fixes itself. That's only when i want to end up to the second monitor. The first monitor is always smooth 100% of the time. In my later testings i saw this behavior with VPX, even without PinballX so it's not an issue with the later as i initially thought. So all is well, thanks again for the replies.
  2. Sorry for the late reply but i was troubleshhoting this to find the cause. It doesn't matter which table i use, the behavior is the same with all of them. However, i noticed that sometimes it doesn't do that and the tables run 100% smooth with or without PinballX. So that means there's must be something funny with my system or panels. Need to test more.
  3. I just discovered this and i need to see if it's a known issue or how to fix. After using PinballX to launch Visual Pinball X, i noticed that some tables had microstutters that there weren't there before. Like, subtle repeated frames ever 20 seconds or so. You may or may not notice this, it depends on how sensitive you are with this. But it's there, and here's the proof: The first half of the graph is two tables played in Visual Pinball X, without the PinballX frontend in the background. You can see that the lines are perfectly flat. The other half is the same tables but this time i launched them via PinballX. You can see the lines are not the same, Every about 20 seconds i lose a frame, which looks like a noticeable stutter. This is very bad since i need PinballX to run a pincab. Is this known? Can it be fixed?
  4. Thanks. That's what i'm doing now. Although, resizing the DMD manually like that messes up it's pixels since it's impossible to resize it evenly. And you end up with an uneven pixel density which looks ugly. So you need to give exact 2x/3x/4x, etc values in the registry.
  5. I have this issue with many good VPX tables like Indiana Jones and Monster Bash. Graphically they look so much better than the VP9 versions. But the backglass doesn't show the score anymore with those. They do have a small DMD that i can move around but i always hide this. Is there a way for the backglass itself to show the scores?
  6. Ok, i re-installed PinballX and it seems fine now. Maybe i didn't install the previous one and just copied-pasted some files and that caused an issue.
  7. Thanks, i attached the files you asked log.txt PinballX.ini
  8. I have two monitors, extended. My main monitor is "2" and the secondary is "1" I set up PinballX to display it'a main menu in "2" and the backglass previews to "1" When i do so, the exe doesn't even start when i double click it. When i set the menu to "1" and backglass to "2" it won't start either. The only way for the exe to open is to select BOTH as "2" or BOTH as "1", But the main menu always shows up in my main monitor "2" regardless what i choose. The backglass preview never shows up. I'm using Windows 7 and the latest PinballX stable.
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