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  1. That helped so much, thank you! I had to play around bit with the number of column and row definition entries, but it now properly fits the marquee. My XML looks like this now: <UserControl xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006" xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008" xmlns:transitions="clr-namespace:Unbroken.LaunchBox.Wpf.Transitions;assemb
  2. It is getting close! I tried to set the HorizontalAlignment to "Left" and VerticalAlignment to "Top", and it did what I expected! The last thing that I need is to setup is to limit the image to the top 360x1080 pixels on the screen. I have one test image for the Shinobi marquee that now appears in the upper left, but is a little too large and expands below the limits of my marquee screen. In the GamesMarqueeView.xml file, I changed the "d:DesignHeight" from 562 to 360, and the d:DesignWidth from 1000 to 1080. That did not seem to change anything. Any theme experts have any tips o
  3. Thanks for the tip! I don't have any experience with editing themes, so I haven't looked into these files. From the looks of it, I can modify this line and change HorizontalAlighment to "Left" and VerticalAlignment to "Top" and that might resolve my issue. <Image Source="{Binding Path=SelectedGame.MarqueeImagePath}" Stretch="Uniform" HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center" RenderOptions.BitmapScalingMode="HighQuality" />
  4. It is not only BigBox that displays the issue, it is Windows as a whole, and just the process of them cutting an LCD to that custom dimension. I don't think BigBox has any marquee settings to customize the display, so it would likely need to be a Windows display setting that would need to change to accommodate this niche scenario. The only solution I am fairly sure will work would be to convert each marquee by hand to a 1920x1080 image, and ensure that the actual marquee image only appears in the upper 1920x360 portion of the image. Then I wouldn't care what is cut off, and the visible
  5. I have recently purchased a custom cut LCD screen from Vitrolight to fit in my cabinet's marquee space. In testing, Windows sees the screen as a full 1080p monitor, and will try to display information in areas beyond the visible pixels on the marquee. The visible resolution of the marquee is 1920x360. By default when I open BigBox and try displaying the marquee images, they will center themselves and appear cutoff on the marquee screen, because BigBox also sees this monitor as a full 1080p display. I have tried to create a custom 1920x360 resolution through the NVidia Control Panel, bu
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