How do you change the Atari 2600 bi-filter/hardware stretch effect?

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    Hello,

    I’m a noob to the forum. I finished my RetroPie build a few months ago and have been really enjoying it. I have mostly old skool games like Intellivision and Atari along with a few later 80’s consoles as well.

    How do you remove/change the shader for lr-setlla? I know Stella has it’s own shader/fileters built in that give a really nice effect to the games, but they are not accessible in lr-stella, and when switching to Stella, they are not supported.

    Also having the same issue with Lynx (lr-handy)

    It makes the games look crappy.

    Thanks in advance,

    JR

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    BTW… I’ve played around with the Retroarch config, the emulator.cfg as well… nothing seems to change the look of the emulator.

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