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    Default resolution problem

    Hi there,
    I am very new here, I am currently trying to get my Dungeon Keeper works, but I cant get the resolution properly working, I have seen these youtube videos where theys have big distance of dungeon and smooth graphics. All I have is lagy game, lagy cursor, small screen and no "3d" or "direct3d-like" graphics I can seen on those youtoube vids.

    I have both original and GOG keeper gold version, on both I tried KeeperFX 0.4.6 but I really dont know why I always have this basic game resolution like I played the original instalation alone.
    Sorry if I cant make myself clear, I put the printscreen of video where the game resolution is just what I like, and the second screenshot from my game.

    I would be very happy if anyone can tell me what I am doing wrong.

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    Default Re: resolution problem

    You should change the view from the distorted rotable view to these with straight walls.

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    Default Re: resolution problem

    that is not the issue, I know the difference of the views, but look at side bar of first picture, see how small it is and how big screen (and big distance) of the main screen there is? How to make such a resolution? Also I have the game really lagy without this "3D" applied.

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