INT set_mode ( <INT width> , <INT height> , [<INT depth>] , [<INT flags>] )
Sets the screen resolution of your program, and optionally the colordepth of the screen and any render flags for extra options. If this command is not used, the default settings will take effect (320x240 at 32 bpp).
Some much used resolutions are: 320x240, 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768 and 1280x1024.
|INT width||- Width of the screen in pixels.|
|INT height||- Height of the screen in pixels.|
|INT [depth]||- Color depth of the screen. See color_depths.|
|INT [flags]||- Mode of rendering. See render flags.|
|INT : -1: error, setting the mode has failed|
|INT : 0: sucess|
INT : true (in versions prior rc282)
Any fpg files you load must have the same or a lower colordepth as you set for the screen.
Uncommon resolutions can also be used, for example 399x10, which will be the actual size of the window if you run in windowed mode. At full screen black edges might appear.
There is another method of calling set_mode(): with one parameter. In this parameter you must use the 4 right digits for the height and the rest fot the width. For example to set a 320x200 mode you can use set_mode(3200200). The maximum height that allow this method is 9999 pixels. This method is deprecated and its use is disadvised.
import "mod_video" import "mod_key" import "mod_wm" Process Main() Begin set_mode(640,480,16); Repeat frame; Until(key(_ESC)||exit_status) End