The problem I and many other people had is the default video mode the core starts in prevents us from even seeing the OSD menu .. so you can't even get to the "forced 60hz" option as the screen is totally and utterly all black with absolutely nothing on the screen (except for "unsupported video mode" on my monitor), I did it blindly just from someone telling me how many key presses to do and in what sequence, THEN I could finally see the screen as my monitor didnt like or work at ALL with whatever the cores baked-in defaults are..ijor wrote:The core currently supports only a small subset of the Mister.ini settings. Check the "Video Frequency" option at the core's OSD menu to enable/disable forced 60Hz frequency.rsn8887 wrote:Since I am using HDMI, I am also experiencing the previously reported problems that the core is not outputting 1080p but some other resolution. It seems it is not obeying my Mister.ini config file correctly, because I set 1080p there.
In addition, and I hope this is actually a new issue, the output via HDMI in monochrome mode is not 72 Hz, but 60 Hz. Since I set vsync_adjust=2, I expected to see 72 Hz like on a real Atari ST.
This should also be addressed when you work on the SDRAM .. this is a major show stopper .. using the updated framework with the builtin video updates would fix this.