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Old 03-21-2019, 11:43 AM   #1
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New user question (its an easy one)!

Hello Everyone. All I can say is - Wow - just wow. What a game (but you already know that). So much to discover, just trial and error, the journey is as much fun as the destination!

My actual question, during game play, at the top of the screen and left the scoreboard has runs, hits, errors, outs, balls, strikes, etc. Well, in my game I cannot get the hits and errors to show up like I see in everyone else's screenshots. All that displays for me are the runs, and I have to go to box score to see team hits/errors. Also, some u-tube videos have shown runs in RED (later changes to black when the inning is over) when the team currently at bat has scored runs in that inning (I don't see that either).

I have been all over various set-up screens and widget type controls and nothing seems to affect the in-game scoreboard (assuming I want to stay in modern 3D mode). I realize if I go to 2D views, then what I am missing shows up, but then the entire complexion of display changes - and I don't want that - I want to stay in Modern 3D.

I apologize for the lengthy post. Your answers are much appreciated, and look forward to seeing the Marlins NOT lose 100 games this season!

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Old 03-21-2019, 11:52 AM   #2
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It depends on your screen resolution. I forget at what levels it changes, but you need to be ~1600 wide to see the hits/errors, and around 1900 or more to see the full inning by innings runs.
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Old 03-21-2019, 11:55 AM   #3
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The scoreboard information has to do with you screen resolution. If it is below a certain screen resolution (I forgot what that resolution is), then a smaller scoreboard will be used to save space.
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Hey, that sounds like a consensus! Although not a specific OOTP question, is there a way to alter screen resolution, or is this parameter basically fixed based upon the technology of the users components (laptop, external monitor, etc).

Thank you so much!
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Go to settings and change from windows to full screen, this may enable you to see hits and errors. It does with my laptop.
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