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  1. Hi, I am writing an ticket system for Railcraft, and I've wrote some libraries to split my code into different files. But I have a problem that, because I am using multiple screens I need to rebind my GPU, but that causes them to reset to their default resolution. Is there a way to persist it? (To have them keep their resolution instead of reseting on every gpu.bind()?) MC 1.7.10 OC 1.7.3.1258 Much thanks Kamilos
  2. So, my actual computer has an odd resolution, so I need to use tier 2 screens because of the resolutions, but I want more colourscolors. I need to know how to change resolution in the autorun script. Any help is appreciated. -TheScoutPro
  3. istasi

    set resolution

    http://pastebin.com/Qq9ynCPg So yeah, click on the light blue bar on the sides to expand the resolution horizontal, click the light blue bar on top or bottom to expand the resolution vertical It want to use max size resolution, while still keeping it valid. press apply once done. PS. Any method to do this process 100% automatically?, cant seem to figure a proper way of doing that.
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