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So Freedom Fighters is one of the many old games that face this issue. This article is towards fixing that problem.

Instructions:
1. Download dgVoodoo2.

2. Grab the D3D8.dll, D3DImm.dll, DDraw.dll (all 3 inside the MS/x86 folder), dgvoodoo.conf and dgVoodooCpl.exe.

3. Copy all files into your main game folder (Don't copy the "MS/x86" folder, only the files inside it)

4. Configure dgVoodoo2 using the dgVoodooCpl.exe.

5. Go to the "DirectX" tab and force your desired resolution (you can also force other things like AA and AF)

6. Make sure you have "dgVoodoo Watermark" off.

7. Click Apply and close dgVoodoo.

8. Now run the Launcher and set the lowest possible resolution that has the same aspect ratio of your chosen res inside dgVoodoo.

9. Enjoy your scaled UI.

PS: This also fixes the framerate drops in Windows 8/8.1/10.
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Post edited July 11, 2021 by AlphaYellow1
Just tested this and it works well but I want to mention that you need to use "Fullscreen" as the Display Mode. If you pick "Windowed (borderless)" then the resolution picked in the launcher will be the one still used and this method would have no effect.
Amazing, finally some solution when the devs can't fix it themselves.

Big thanks
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dccs: So Freedom Fighters is one of the many old games that face this issue. This article is towards fixing that problem.

Instructions:
1. Download dgVoodoo2.

2. Grab the D3D8.dll, D3DImm.dll, DDraw.dll (all 3 inside the MS/x86 folder), dgvoodoo.conf and dgVoodooCpl.exe.

3. Copy all files into your main game folder (Don't copy the "MS/x86" folder, only the files inside it)

4. Configure dgVoodoo2 using the dgVoodooCpl.exe.

5. Go to the "DirectX" tab and force your desired resolution (you can also force other things like AA and AF)

6. Make sure you have "dgVoodoo Watermark" off.

7. Click Apply and close dgVoodoo.

8. Now run the Launcher and set the lowest possible resolution that has the same aspect ratio of your chosen res inside dgVoodoo.

9. Enjoy your scaled UI.
Wow, such detailed instruction! :) Thank you for your endeavor, now I can customize UI size with your explanation.