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  • If we 4:3 Backglass users want to maintain the 16:9 ratio of PuP Backglasses, we always have the problem, that there is some unused space below them. The Fillers are for those (few, I guess). Just use them in one of the screens via PuP Pack Editor. I use Topper, because I don't have one and this one works flawlessly for me.

    For HP I took various parts of Scotty's Apron and other images, so all credits go to him.

    P.S.: The different lights versions of HP are to give people more options, when using a PuP DMD or not

    Just use them in one of the screens via PuP Pack Editor. I use Topper, because I don't have one and this one works flawlessly for me.

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      vogliadicane
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      If we 4:3 Backglass users want to maintain the 16:9 ratio of PuP Backglasses, we always have the problem, that there is some unused space below them. The Fillers are for those (few, I guess). Just use them in one of the screens via PuP Pack Editor. I use Topper, because I don't have one and this one works flawlessly for me.

      For HP I took various parts of Scotty's Apron and other images, so all credits go to him.

      P.S.: The different lights versions of HP are to give people more options, when using a PuP DMD or not

      #163806
      bietekwiet
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      I have a 4:3 screen (1280X1024) and the original pup pack works really well without trickery for me. I set it up as a 16:9 backglass (1280X720) at the top and a 4:1 ratio DMD (1200X300) underneath.

      There is only a tiny sliver of empty space left in the DMD area which looks great when just black.

      In your photos it looks like the DMD is smaller?

      In the script choose option 0 in the PupDMDdriver in the table script to use a 4:1 ratio LCD DMD

      Or perhaps your backglass is not in the proper 16:9 ratio?

      • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by bietekwiet.
      #163827
      vogliadicane
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      ? No, I want the DMD small like this. And there are tables, which don’t have a DMD e.g. Clue,

      https://vpinball.com/VPBdownloads/clue-pup-display-filler-for-43-backglasses/

      so…

      #163920
      bietekwiet
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      @bietekwiet

      Got it. In those cases it seems like a good addition, thanks.

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