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Is this way of making an XNA game window borderless safe to use for various Windows PCs?

I have found a way to simply make an XNA 4.0 game's window borderless. Here is the code from the article: IntPtr hWnd = this.Window.Handle; var control = System.Windows.Forms.Control.FromHandle( hWnd ...
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Cant center screen between black bars

As I was trying to adapt my game to different device resolutions I ran into a problem when adjusting the game screen between the "black bars." In my case I am using the FitViewport class from the ...
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Why might a PC game have a set number of resolutions?

There's an obvious reason games choose to use a set number of resolutions in fullscreen mode - a machine only has access to its own set of resolutions, and the intersection of the two sets determines ...
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LWJGL Resize window and glTranslate breaking screen resolution

I'm trying to make a 2D Tile RPG game with LWJGL but I'm having a problem with the display resizing. I want the user to be able to re-size the window to whatever size they want just by expanding it ...
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Slick2D: Resizing the Window

I am using Slick2D, and I wanted to know which is the best way to resize, maximize, minimize the window, For example, Resizing all the images or scaling them, or Slick2D has an integrated method, Any ...
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Why does resizing my game window move and distort my rendering?

I'm starting to make a game, and the first screen I've made is a very simple loading screen with some centered text. On starting it up, the text is nicely centered: Then I resize the window, and I ...
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OpenGL resize problems

I'm developing a minesweeper game. I'm having a problem with reshaping(resize) the window. I'm using Ubuntu Linux. Following are the code snippets and the entire code is here: This is my initializing ...
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Making a game “resize-safe”

It's one thing to get the graphics aligned perfectly, it's another to do this for every single resolution and not take too much time and/or make the code unreadable due to size. Games like Battlefield ...