Remove Video Layer in the VBA Emulator

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Dougie

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Steps

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    The first thing we need to do is launch the emulator itself
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    In this case we have it on the desktop; so, we're simply going to double-click it.
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    Then open up any of the games
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    Let's go ahead and open Pokemon that we have on the desktop.
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    To remove the layers, we need to go to "Options"
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    Then we go to "Video"
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    Then we click "Layers"
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    Now you will have all the layers that game Boy Advanced system supports.
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    We can remove background 0, background 1, 2, 3, objects, window 0, window 1 and object / Windows
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    Let's remove background 3 to see the results
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    As you can see on the layer 3 of the background 3, there was a floor. So the floor is now removed.
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    You can do the same for any other layers
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    Let's remove window 1 and window 0. You can't see anything right now because the main window for the game itself has been removed. Set these settings according to your preference, and then you're free to play and enjoy the game as you wish.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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