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Hey. I'm pretty new here, so I don't know if this is a really beginner-like problem or I'm the only one who cares about this, but let's go.

When I play any Game boy game I'm usually doing something else at the same time; I like to spend hours doing some repetitive stuff like training in pokemon because firstly, I don't have to pay that much attention and secondly, it can turn to be really boring if you focus on doing this and nothing else.

Because of this I like to make the emulator screen size really small and put it in the corner or isolated in some place while the stuff that I need to pay attention is occupying most of my screen, but I'm not being able to do this. I already tried all the obvious options I guess, including trying to push the border thing with the mouse.

That's an image on how it is and how I'm used to use.

Well, that's it, if someone can help me out with that I'll be grateful.
No, thats how windows is supposed to work, EPSXE has the wrong behavior.
Oh ok, I look pretty dumb now I suppose, haha. Thanks anyway.
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