It doesn’t change the RTP in most games. However, it might if you have expanding wilds. It will make a difference on a cascading game, like Davinci Diamonds.
Ok so in Atkins Diet and in games like it the RTP is not affected by the active/selected paylines but in more complex games that have for example expanding wilds that is not the case.
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I'm helping. You don't want someone regurgitating info when you can have straight, pure gurge.
No, you are not helping and the things that you wrote are not true.
To add to that, some games have a progressive or multiple progressive "jackpots" which you can only hit when betting max. Sometimes you are contributing to the progressive when you bet less than max, even though you are not eligible to hit them. In that case the RTP is definitely different depending on lines played (or bet per line). So, the unsatisfying answer to your question is "it depends".