Starting ARDI-VE in Windowed Mode

Starting ARDI-VE in Windowed Mode

You don't always want to have your ARDI application take up the full screen. Although it looks amazing running full-screen on a second monitor, some times you just can't do it - you need ARDI-VE to fit neatly in a window.

There are two ways you can do this.

Go to Settings in ARDI-VE

You can do this by...
  1. Clicking on the ARDI logo in the bottom right of your screen.
    The main ARDI menu
  2. Pressing the Gear icon at the top-right
    The Settings (Gear) and Power buttons
  3. Choose your resolution and window mode from the settings panel.
              

Hold Shift When Starting Up

Holding 'Shift' when you double-click on your ARDI icon (and keeping it held down for a while while ARDI starts up) will pop up a window that lets you choose the resolution and window style for ARDI-VE. This is particularly useful if you have a multi-monitor configuration, or if you've changed your monitor setup which is causing ARDI to have problems starting up.

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