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My 16 colour Workbench 3.1 setup
My 16 colour Workbench 3.1 setup
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Description: Here is Workbench running on my A1200 which has a DKB 1202 8MB RAM/FPU/Real-Time Clock expansion board. I run my Workbench in 16 colours so it's super responsive. You can see a live game of Tiny Invaders in the bottom corner.
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Posted by: Cammy at March 17, 2010, 07:24:53 PM

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Comments (6)

Kernel
Posts:292
March 11, 2014, 02:31:19 AM
May be a dumb question... where can I find the palette settings for this?  I'm specifically looking for one that works well fir both MagicWB and NewIcons.
28steryan
Posts:32
October 25, 2010, 06:39:09 AM
16 Colours, nice, it looks a lot more, I'd have guessed at a 32 palette at least, having said that I use a stylised 8 colour one and it still looks great and gives me the extra RAM, any less than 8 though and things look crap, I'll pop a picture of it up when I get time.
 
And cheers for adding me as a friend.
Mugo
Posts:153
June 09, 2010, 02:18:47 AM
Superb Cammy! Loved it!

By the way, where did you´ve got those drive icons?
Would you mind share them, and also the palette you told us about?

Thanks!
Colani1200
Posts:707
March 23, 2010, 02:36:28 PM
Great work. My WB uses 64 colors and doesn't even come close.
ferix
Posts:136
March 18, 2010, 07:30:01 AM
Cool!!!
I think this image should work fine too as background: http://www.ipantalla.com/wp-content/...salvation1.jpg

:D
Cammy
Posts:1374
March 17, 2010, 07:42:53 PM
Oh yeah, I forgot to say this palette is great for Magic Workbench, NewIcon and GlowIcon iconsets, as well as MUI apps, Workbench games and just about anything else that'll run on a Workbench screen. It's OCS compatible, designed to avoid DBLPal/NTSC flashing, works well with MagicTV and there are already a few applications with GUI images designed for this palette (like SabreMSN and IBrowse for example).


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