X-Plane opens in a 1024x768 borderless window, which doesn't fill my
laptop display at 1400x1050. However, when I reduce and restore
windows, I can tell that the X-Plane process preempts the windows
processes because the windows open slowly. X-Plane still yields some
time to the windows, though, unlike what happens if I increase the
priority of FlightGear.
BTW, this patch with the Sleep calls still doesn't seem to be working
for me...when I increase flightgear's priority it still completely
takes over the system. Is there another thread that might be doing
On Wed, 09 Mar 2005 13:53:36 -0600, Curtis L. Olson
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Drew wrote:
> >I don't know the answer to this. My computer has 512 megs, which is a
> >lot more than FlightGear uses.
> >I'm not really interested in how other 3D apps, including games,
> >work...I have a specific application, and I want to optimize the code
> >for this purpose, regardless of what the status quo is. FWIW, I've
> >tried an interface with x-plane, and it doesn't have the same problem.
> > Too bad it isn't open-source.
> Doesn't X-Plane run full screen, or does it now support running in a
> window. If you are running x-plane full screen you are probably
> comparing apples to oranges here.
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