I am talking about the standard AES ones.wongck wrote:leech wrote: like color icons in the dialog boxes.
That's the program putting colour on icons... in a dialog box. Not only the falcon or the TT but both with a more colours video mode can do that as well.
For the TT, you will need extra video hardware if you want high rez and high colour.
For falcon, you can get away with stock falcon on 800x600 in 256 colours.
JFL programs looks great with colourful icons in menus and dialog boxes.
Take a look http://gemdict.org/screenshots
leech wrote:I am talking about the standard AES ones.
wongck wrote:Games directly access hardware and fixed memory locations.
This does not go nicely with Mint whose mainly juggle several programs in memory.
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