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  1. Are you using this update?
  2. This fixed crashes I experienced when I launched a table with command lines from a front end and when I alt-tab. Thanks! Questions: A user somewhere else on the internet with a 2 monitor setup asked if it was possible to have per-table positioning for the virtual DMD. This way they could correctly position the virtual dmd over backglasses that don't have the same design standard on their second monitor. Is this currently possible or planned? Softfish discovered the virtual DMD avoids being captured in OBS Studio, an open-source screen recording software. I was able to capture the virtual DMD with X-Split (a freemium recording software), so there's some incompatibility with OBS Studio. While I don't expect you to cater your development to compatibility with OBS Studio's bugs, do you have an idea why that might be, like something unusual about how the virtual dmd window works?
  3. edit: Huzzah! I have successfully replicated the problem. I can't help beyond that, though. For now, you may have to shop around for another capture solution or wait for OBS Studio devs to improve the software. Oh right, yeah, I was testing on a non-SAM table. I didn't realize the output window would be different. Maybe when I get around to getting a colored ROM I'll let you know if I have the same problem. I capture "Window" sources instead of "Game" or "Display" capture, I have problems with the latter on my PC.
  4. I can record the virtual DMD fine with OBS Studio. Perhaps you don't have the source for the virtual dmd layered on top? In OBS studio I just make sure the virtual DMD window is the first listed source.
  5. This is probably a problem with how you're capturing your gameplay footage. The Virtual DMD is a separate window, so you have to make sure you're capturing both windows. For example, if you use OBS Studio to record footage, you would need to put two sources in your canvas, one for Visual Pinball, and one for the Virtual DMD.