RMMV Takeya Kimura's slot machine - resolution issue

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I'm hoping to use the SlotMachine.js plugin by Takeya Kimura that comes with RPG Maker MV for my game, but my game's resolution is 1280x720, while the plugin is designed for the default resolution of 816x624, so the graphics for the slot machine are heavily misplaced. Does anyone know how to fix this? Thank you in advance.
 

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you can check the params, else inside the plugin, search for the windows
that has graphixbox.width and heith and return those to numbers (fixed)
as well replacing the x, y of it to place it correctly.

those are the basics to resize and repositioned.
I dont know hte plugin further, but if you have a link, I can take a look.
 

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you can check the params, else inside the plugin, search for the windows
that has graphixbox.width and heith and return those to numbers (fixed)
as well replacing the x, y of it to place it correctly.

those are the basics to resize and repositioned.
I dont know hte plugin further, but if you have a link, I can take a look.

Unfortunately editing the plugin has proven too difficult for me, even heeding your advice :(
The plugin should have been added to the dlc folder in MV's directory with an update, but I think it can also be downloaded from here.
 

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I checked out the plugin and it's windows, it's more complicated than
I hope it would be.

I see only 1 window to adjust, the rest are x, y in their functions, so I have
no idea how to deal with this one.

the only thing I can tell (if it doesn't reak) is remove x,y in the function (x,y)
and replace the x,y in the function to numbers (this might get a error crash).

While I dont know how the plugin exacly work, someone with knowledge
can help you out of resizing and reposition the windows correctly.

I'm still new to JS, but I don't use it this way in the slotmachine.
 

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I checked out the plugin and it's windows, it's more complicated than
I hope it would be.

I see only 1 window to adjust, the rest are x, y in their functions, so I have
no idea how to deal with this one.

the only thing I can tell (if it doesn't reak) is remove x,y in the function (x,y)
and replace the x,y in the function to numbers (this might get a error crash).

While I dont know how the plugin exacly work, someone with knowledge
can help you out of resizing and reposition the windows correctly.

I'm still new to JS, but I don't use it this way in the slotmachine.
I gotcha. Thank you for taking a look. I couldn't get it to work, so I suppose I'll wait and see if someone comes along who knows how to fix this, while I keep awaiting a miraculous event in which my brain expands greatly and I suddenly know how to fix the issue myself (and then die shortly afterwards of health complications caused by aforementioned sudden brain expansion.)
 

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I'm having the same problem. My games resolution is 1104x624, which has positioned the slot machine to the far left. I've looked at the plugins script from top to bottom and can't figure it out.
Hope someone comes along with an answer. :)
 

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