Paolo wrote:By reading the SV.inf file, you see that the 8bit chunky and 24 bit modes are set to false, with the comment that NVDI takes care of them.When I open the videomode dialog, however, the 8bit mode is enabled and the 24 and 32 bit modes are disabled, no matter if I use a low resolution, double line or whatever.
I can't understand why NVDI lets me select the 8bitc mode and not the 24 bit mode.
I couldn't find any reference to this in the manual.
Paolo wrote:Shoggoth, I was starting to answer your questions (I am not near my Falcon right now, but basically: yes,yes,yes,handmade mod,don't remember how to check)
However, one line you wrote inspired me, and I set to TRUE the 32bitmode line in SV.inf!
I made the switch to a 32bpp mode, AND IT WORKED! But now I can't see the desktop icons, the are all white HAHA! Programs work, though.
So, while waiting for better answers than those I gave you above, my next question would be: Is there the chance to have working 32 bit icons?
; SuperVidel Configuration File
[VDI] ; Settings which affect (N)VDI behavior
default = $441c ; Specifies a default resolution if none is specified by the AES
;forced = $4018 ; Overrides the resolution specified by the AES
dual = off ;
vdi_bps8c = false ; allow 8-bit chunky in TOS VDI (enabled by NVDI driver)
vdi_bps32 = false ; allow 32-bit TC in TOS VDI (enabled by NVDI driver)
bootmode = $401a
primary = VGA ; Primary display output.
clone = true ; If true, screen is sent both to primary and secondary output.
rezdialog = true ;
fast_videl = true ;
Paolo wrote:Shoggoth, you're right (of course)!
32bpp works in MiNT/Xaaes! YAY!
probably it isn't worth the effort of making 32bpp work on pure TOS, since
it works beautifully at 16bpp.
Paolo wrote:May I ask you how to check which CT60 version I have? (I can't remember how to do it, while the config tool is 1.03)
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