First my setup, I use 27" monitor with 1440p resolution, and GPU is AMD R9 290 with latest drivers and OS is Windows 10.
I used GPLPS 1.07 installer (and after finding the problem tried 1.04 and GPL 2004 with same results), and I'm using Gem+ 2.5.32 to start GPL.
When I use 640x480 res in GPL I can see the whole screen. At any higher resolution, part of the screen on the right and below is missing. The bigger the resolution, bigger the part that's missing. But the full screen is always taken up with GPL, it's not running in a corner, like for some people.
To better illustrate, here's a couple of screens, in 480 and in 1080 resolutions.
I have set direct mirror rendering to 0 in core.ini, I have tried 1080p and 1440p through gem+. When I start GPL , in the options I only see 4:3 resolutions, going up to 1600x1200 plus whatever resolution I set in gem+. I've tried d3d v2 and opengl v2, both are the same.
Anyone got any other suggestions I could try, so that I can see the whole screen in higher resolutions (preffered 1440p res)?
Edited by syd_drake, Nov 07 2015 - 12:16 PM.