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Hi, thanks for your bug report. I have some idea of what the problem may be with the crash. It must be caused by saving settings before having an existing save file. That aspect of it will be fixed in 1.0.6. Until then, however, it's possible to avoid this issue.

I don't know what could be causing the screen to start off so small. If you go into 'your user name'\AppData\Local\Formula_XD\FXDcustomise.ini and set the window width and height to something larger (1920x1200 is as large as it supports) and fullscreen to "1" - then launch the game - well, see if that solves it.

I have just had another urgent bug report recently so if you give it about half an hour, 1.0.5 will be available.

Sorry for the annoyance.

No rush to fix it. You are correct, it was the lack of a save game. I started a new game, then went into the settings, and could play. Including going to full screen. However, the small window remained prior to that, and i had to squint through the tutorial screens.  Let me know if you have any questions, or would like any diagnostics, ill be glad to help.

Hi. Glad to hear that the workaround... worked. About the screen size issue.... the minimum resolution that the game runs at is 1024x600, and it is also the default resolution. Unless your monitor has a really high resolution, I'm not sure what's up. Have you been able to go into settings and pick a higher video resolution setting and press the tick button to adjust it? Failing that, are you able to go into FXDcustomise.ini and set window width to "1600" and height to "900", or "1920" and "1080" for example? It seems very unusual. Does your monitor have a very high resolution compared to the physical screen size, like a 13" 1440p display? I'm really baffled.

I'm using a 2107 Microsoft Surface Pro i5. Its running at the standard (recommended) resolution - 2736 x 1824. I didn't realize that it was that high. That should explain the small window size. 

Cool, thanks for getting back to me.... blimey, that's a high resolution! All I can suggest is setting the resolution to the highest I've tested it at, which is 1920 x 1200.