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Thread: Battlefield 2 widescreen support: Find out here

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    Battlefield 2 widescreen support: Find out here

    "C:\Battlefield 2 Demo\BF2.exe" +menu 1 +fullscreen 1 +szx 1920 +szy 1200
    "C:\Battlefield 2 Demo\BF2.exe" +menu 1 +fullscreen 1 +szx 1680 +szy 1050
    "C:\Battlefield 2 Demo\BF2.exe" +menu 1 +fullscreen 1 +szx 1440 +szy 900
    "C:\Battlefield 2 Demo\BF2.exe" +menu 1 +fullscreen 1 +szx 1280 +szy 800



    Just right click your BF2 demo icon and make the target look like that.
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    So the demo doesn't feature widescreen support w/o changing the target?

    edit: I tried doing the 1440x900 one but it says it's invalid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsr
    So the demo doesn't feature widescreen support w/o changing the target?
    Correct. :scratch:

    Come on EA, get with it.

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    well this news sucks!! it especialy sucks for people who bought high end wide screen desktop screens too..

    <-- 23inch mac widescreen :mad:

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    Thanks for the fix, gotta have widescreen!


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    that fix still only gives me option for 1600x1200

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    no option for wide screen wsxga??? 1680x1050
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    LOL guys, once you add that string to the target it will set the resolution when the game is started. DO NOT try and search for your resolution in the options menu of the game.
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    works like a charm !

    thanks for this one, its a must for a 15inch screen (my laptop).
    Playing with a 4:3 ratio on a widescreen 15 just kicks down your screen to a 13 or 14 inch :P
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    1440x900 worked fine for me
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