Well aren't you just a pleasure to have a chat with. I was simply trying to point out the fact there's nothing bizarre on your setup being objectively wrong and at the same time being your preferred setup. But if you really have to be an asshole about it, that's certainly also an option, and a popular one on your side it seems. It's kinda funny, though, how you seem to act like you couldn't care less about what's right or wrong when it comes to FOV, and at the same time are apparently immensely triggered by the simple statement your setup is technically wrong.Thanks for letting me know that whats works as the best experience for me is allowable in its failure.
Yes. It should. I don't know why the games don't do that, you should ask the devs. Probably for the same reasons some games don't even tell you what their arbitrary FOV settings actually mean (Raceroom, Dirt Rally), or some games just implement the FOV settings in the weirdest ways possible (WRC8).If the FOV is so important that everyone not using the mathematical result is incorrect and their experience is lacking because of it (to the point that the pov fanatical are driven to publicly call people out on it no less, which isn't in anyway bizarre), surely the game at first launch should ask for size of screen, approx distance from screen and then set it self up accordingly?