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Old November 25, 2010, 02:31   #11
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Well, I tried SDL on Linux and it worked with 1x2, 2x1, 2x2, 2x3, 3x2 and 3x3, so I figured it was just going to keep on working. It works in GTK as well, though you can't choose the ratio - (I presume clicking "bigtile" just doubles the tile size?).
Yes, behaviour in gtk and mac ports is unchanged - bigtile doubles tile width. SDL allows up to x3 height and x6 width, windows allows x2 height and width (double tile) or x3 height and width (triple tile) and/or x2 width (bigtile).

I suspect I'll be able to extend the gtk and mac ports fairly easily, but I haven't really looked yet; allowing arbitrary increments in windows shouldn't be too hard either. For the next little while I'm planning to concentrate on mouse support, though.
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