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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Slayvite, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. Slayvite

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    Had a moment of weakness the other day and was gonna hook up my old account on Europa.
    Then I remembered the last time I tried......

    2 questions,
    - has account navigation been made simpler yet as last time I gave up half way thou it got that confusing.
    - Does the classic client still use that tiny visual screen? I never liked the EC so it's sort of a big issue.


    Oh and I hear there is an expansion coming?? yet I can find no info on what its about or entails? any clues where to look..
     
  2. DJAd

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    It was supposed to be here "mid May" - They didn't say what year though! (1:04 minutes in on the video below).

    Yes you are stuck with 800x600 - There has been a recent discussion about this HERE

     
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  3. Tanivar

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    If your using a widescreen monitor, just adjust the resolution down to something that shows a decent sized CC game window and keep it there. You'll likely see a few notices your not set at the default resolution, then it will quit giving them. I run my desktop monitor at 1600x900 and aside from giving me a decent sized CC window, the only other effect has been that I need to zoom the screen less to get decent sized text on news websites to read.