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  1. I also just realized that my game is running opengl and the 1.25 WSF just fine, no black screen, and without having to tweak the settings... guess there was no bug after all.
  2. Two other things. Behind the black screen, the game runs as usual. GUIs work and open like the options panel (though I can't see it, so it's a bit difficult to fix like that), music plays, the roller coasters on the title screen make noise, etc. The other thing is that I deleted both the original application and installer using the uninstaller in the program files, and now it's working. However, it would be nice to have a solution that wouldn't require deleting all of the data in a game, especially if I had lots of prior data on the game from before.
  3. I recently ran into a problem where I (today) installed OpenRCT2 on a new laptop. While I was beginning a Crazy Castle scenario, I wanted to change the window scale factor because the icons were a bit small. It worked, but the icons were also a bit blurry, so I tried to switch the engine to OpenGL. The game froze and went black. I tried to, but couldn't, close the software with the title bar, so I used the task manager. I opened it with verbose, which looped this error after a while: ERROR[D:\a\OpenRCT2\OpenRCT2\src\openrct2-ui\drawing\engines\opengl\OpenGLAPI.h:121 (CheckGLError)]: OpenGL Error 0x050 I close it, and installed the launcher. It worked at first, but then I opened the original application with the bug and it seemed to sync. I'm glad I could report this bug, but for now, what can I run to fix the problem?
  4. I'm trying to pull up the object window from the console to make a sandbox scenario from six flags. I'm having trouble with how the commands are set up. Any help?
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