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Amiga 1200 - Workbench
Amiga 1200 - Workbench
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Description: Just a picture of my A1200's Workbench... Its hard to capture using SGrab because the res is 640x256 so when I stretch it out so it looks normal it looks terrible...

Oh, and the OS is 3.1... On 3.0 ROMS!

BTW, is there any way I could use my A1200 through a LG Flatron 775 monitor? (Without using a scandoubler) Hope someone can get back to me on that one...  :-D
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Posted by: DBAlex at January 13, 2007, 11:21:53 PM

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Comments (3)

Gwion
Posts:466
January 30, 2007, 09:16:39 PM
Like your Workbench it looks cool!
DBAlex
Posts:304
January 14, 2007, 04:33:36 PM
Thanks for the tip!

maybe ill give that a go later on... 16 colours is a bit bad but I can probably live with it...  :-D
Karlos
Posts:16807
January 14, 2007, 03:50:58 PM
If you want to try your workbench in interlaced, give the old magic TV patch a try. It's basically a software "flickerfixer".

I used to use it before getting a graphics card, it works surprisingly well.

Pros:

1) It really does work, making interlaced screens bearable by dramatically reducing the flicker.

2) Doesn't use any CPU time, except when the palette changes.

Cons:

1) Dulls the screen colours slightly, or at least it appeared to.

2) You can only use a maximum of 16 colours as it uses twice as many bitplanes per pixel in order to achieve the effect.


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