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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)

January 30, 2007, 09:16:39 PM
Like your Workbench it looks cool!
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
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.


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.


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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