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    +1 STILL NOT WORKING.

    Come on Valve, what's happening. 3 YEARS still NOTHING? Really?

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    you can't read anything either, the game actions left ( player x killed player y, used a rune, etc) are hidden by the overlapping, giant minimap. ugh!

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    Valve pls fix it!!

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    Come on, how about a fix already?

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by aveyo View Post
    Horizontal fov is very important in this game and would represent an unfair advantage for you if the resolution would have the kind of support you demand.
    The only reasonable solution would be for Valve to add black bars support. Until then, stop crying and diy - every gpu maker offers this option in it's cpl: 16:9 res, no scaling.
    1. You act like an asshole, but what I expect, we're on internet where every 12 year old can express own opinion.
    2. Valve already added 21:9 support to CS:GO, and I think higher FOV is a lot more important in FPS than in A-RTS game.
    3. Have you seen latest models unveiled on CES? Almost half on new monitors are 21:9 models. Just look at youtube - https://goo.gl/8lTqDl
    4. Valve already hinted they may be working on it - http://blog.dota2.com/2015/09/coming...reborn-update/
    "... we’ll begin shifting our attention toward the in-game UI, where we plan to redesign the HUD ..."
    5. From what I read here, only one crying/whining is you.
    6. We have Fog of War in game, this makes any talks about wider FOV giving you advantage pointless!

    Have a nice day.

    P.S.: I believe it is correct to show percentages for both common ultrawide resolutions, not just a smaller one as you did in your other post.

    2560 x 1080 0.24%
    3440 x 1440 0.07%

    P.S.2: Yes, I'm in minority now, but so was I when I started using 16:9 CRT monitor. So ... Volvo PLS FIX
    Last edited by EthanBB; 02-04-2016 at 10:00 AM. Reason: additional thoughts, spelling

    Please excuse mistakes in my english, it's not my first language.

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    2. 21:9 isn't officially supported. Both games officially support the exact same 3 aspect ratios. Sure you can change the game's resolution via launch commands but you can input any aspect ratio into it.
    The HUD in Dota 2 is a lot more picky than in CS:GO. There are no gaps and there are community-created HUDs for the 3 aspect ratios (16:9, 16:10, 4:3). If Valve supports 21:9 HUDs have to be remade for 21:9. 21:9 HUDs don't exist. They are a scaled version of 16:9.
    3. Youtube result is very empty and the search is skewed since you are searching for 21:9 and ultrawide. Here is an actual list.
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    Monitor Size Resolution Panel Refresh Rate Adaptive Sync Release Date Price
    AOC C3583FQ 35-inch 2560x1080 AMVA 160Hz FreeSync Unknown Unknown
    Dell UP3017Q 30-inch 3840x2160 OLED 120Hz None March 31 $4999
    Dell U2717DA 27-inch 2560x1440 Unknown 60Hz Unknown February 25 $719
    Dell U2417HA 24-inch 1920x1080 Unknown 60Hz Unknown February 25 $349
    Dell U2417HWi 24-inch 1920x1080 Unknown 60Hz Unknown March 31 $469
    Dell S2317HWi 23-inch 1920x1080 Unknown 60Hz Unknown March 31 $429
    Lenovo Y27g 27-inch 1920x1080 VA 144Hz G-SYNC January $550
    Viewsonic XG2401 24-inch 1920x1080 TN 144Hz FreeSync Late January $404
    Viewsonic XG2701 27-inch 1920x1080 TN 144Hz FreeSync Late January $529
    Viewsonic XG2703-GS 27-inch 2560x1440 IPS 165Hz G-SYNC March $1217
    Viewsonic XG2700-4K 27-inch 3840x2160 IPS 60Hz FreeSync Late January $913
    Viewsonic VX2257-mhd 22-inch 1920x1080 TN Unknown FreeSync January $201
    Viewsonic VX2457-mhd 24-inch 1920x1080 TN Unknown FreeSync February $228
    Viewsonic VX2757-mhd 27-inch 1920x1080 TN Unknown FreeSync January $323
    Viewsonic VX2776-smhd 27-inch 1920x1080 IPS Unknown None April $317
    ASUS MG28UQ 28-inch 3840x2160 TN Unknown FreeSync Unknown Unknown
    ASUS MG24UQ 24-inch 3840x2160 IPS Unknown FreeSync Unknown Unknown
    ASUS PG348Q 34-inch 3440x1440 IPS 100Hz G-SYNC Unknown Unknown
    ASUS MB169C+ (portable monitor) 15.6-inch 1920x1080 IPS 60Hz None Unknown Unknown
    ASUS MX27UQ 27-inch 3840x2160 IPS 60Hz None Unknown Unknown
    ASUS MX348Q (guess) 34-inch 3440x1440 IPS 60Hz None Unknown Unknown
    Monoprice #1 34-inch 3440x1440 IPS 75Hz None March $499
    Monoprice #2 27-inch 3840x2160 Unknown 60Hz None March $499
    Acer R1 Series 21.5, 23, 23.8, 27-inch 1920x1080 Unknown 60Hz None January from $139
    Acer H7 Series 25, 27-inch 2560x1440 IPS 60Hz None February from $499
    Acer XR342CK 34-inch 3440x1440 IPS 75Hz FreeSync March $1099
    LG 34UC98 34-inch 3440x1440 IPS 60Hz Unknown January $1199
    LG 34UM88 34-inch 3440x1440 IPS 60Hz Unknown Unknown Unknown
    LG 27UD88 27-inch 3840x2160 IPS 60Hz Unknown Unknown Unknown
    LG 24MP88 24-inch 1920x1080 IPS Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
    Samsung CF591 27-inch 1920x1080 Unknown Unknown FreeSync Unknown Unknown
    Samsung CF391 32-inch 1920x1080 Unknown Unknown FreeSync Unknown Unknown
    Samsung CF390 27-inch 1920x1080 Unknown Unknown FreeSync Unknown Unknown
    Samsung CF398 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown FreeSync Unknown Unknown

    33 monitors with known resolution (1 unknown). 7 of them are ultra wide (2560x1080 and 3440x1440). 26 of them are 16:9.
    4. This can mean many things. They haven't expressed their desire for 21:9 support. What they are implying here is probably converting from scaleform to panorama. Here is a custom game with a custom HUD.

    The market share for 21:9 is too small. When it is bigger you can demand 21:9. There isn't a HUD made for 5:4 which market share is over 15 times bigger than 21:9 according to Steam hardware survey.
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    there is another thread on this in the spring cleaning forum

    http://dev.dota2.com/showthread.php?t=189116

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    Valve is a big piece of shit !!!
    LoL is very pleasant in 21/9, but Valve..........

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    I'm getting sick and tired of waiting for this. There have been so many updates released since we've been asking for a fix on this and we've been completely ignored. This has gone on long enough. We need a fix and we need it NOW. Playing this game with the HUD covering half the screen is completely irritating and I WILL NOT play this game again until this problem is solved. You will not be seeing my money again Valve, I will simply purchase my games and cosmetics elsewhere (which is far more cheap than your crap prices to begin with). Don't want to support your community? Fine, the community will stop supporting you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodDrag0n View Post
    I'm getting sick and tired of waiting for this. There have been so many updates released since we've been asking for a fix on this and we've been completely ignored. This has gone on long enough. We need a fix and we need it NOW. Playing this game with the HUD covering half the screen is completely irritating and I WILL NOT play this game again until this problem is solved. You will not be seeing my money again Valve, I will simply purchase my games and cosmetics elsewhere (which is far more cheap than your crap prices to begin with). Don't want to support your community? Fine, the community will stop supporting you.
    +1 !!!!

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