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Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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2009/2/9 19:32
From Brussels Belgium
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AmiCygnix screen is set here to some other resolution than WB screen.
How can i set both to same resolution such that jumping from one to other is faster?

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Re: Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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2006/12/5 22:11
From Lecco, Italy
Posts: 287
@JosDuchIt,
unfortunately Amicygnix only support 16bit screens, so if you want
the same screen settings you must use a 16 bit screen also for workbench

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Re: Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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@pvanni
I use 1920x1080RGB16 for WB

Where can i set the AmiCygnix screen (or find out what screen it uses)?



Edited by JosDuchIt on 2017/1/25 15:06:24
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Re: Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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2006/12/5 22:11
From Lecco, Italy
Posts: 287
@JosDuchIt
in the Amicygnix drawer there is myX11setup,
with it you can choose the screenmode and other
Amicygnix parameters

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Re: Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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2006/12/24 12:23
Posts: 466
@JosDuchIt

Please launch "Cygnix:myX11Setup" and choose your desired screenmode in the first line. Relaunch the AmiCygnix desktop afterwards.

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Re: Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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2009/6/1 13:11
From Germany
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@cygnusEd
Is it possible to add 32 Bits WB Screens? I want use Gimp on my WB screen. 16 bit is no option for me

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Re: Change Amicygnix screen to WB settings
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2006/12/24 12:23
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Hi tommysammy,

At the moment it is not possible. Using 32bit screens causes trashed gfx and crashes. It will be a lot of work to fix this. It is also slower than 16bit screens.

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