I am using Pixilang 3.6 on OS X 10.9.5 (Mavericks) on an old MacBook Air, and I cannot get the pixilang application to open in a custom window size. I am asking it for a (modest, I think..) 850 x 680 window, but it only gives me 620 x 449. Is this as big as it gets? I suspect not, since the default config file offers 800 x 600. It won't do that either. :~(
I have a single pixilang_config.ini file in ~/Library/Caches and it is using my colors, so it must be finding the file. There are no other config files. Here is the output I get when I launch it from a terminal window:
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mahcomputer: /Applications/pixilang.app/Contents/MacOS $ ./pixilang sundog_init() ... /Applications/ /Users/ejms/Library/Caches/ /tmp/ sundog_init(): width 620 sundog_init(): height 449 sundog_init(): done Language: en_US SunDog Engine / Oct 22 2016 16:19:26 WM: device start OpenGL version: 2.1 INTEL-8.24.17. Renderer: Intel HD Graphics 3000 OpenGL Engine. GLSL: 1.20. WM: screen_zoom = 1 WM: screen_ppi = 256 WM: screen size = 620 x 449 WM: font_zoom = 2 WM: flags SCALABLE OPTIMIZE_MOVE_EVENTS WM: system palette init... WM: color theme loading (base colors) WM: color theme loading (other colors) WM: initialized
Otherwise, I am having fun peering at pixels in this tiny window.