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 Subject: RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?)
Author: Matthias (p54AB477D.dip0.t-ipconnect.de)
Date:   08-03-2006 12:02

Hello!

I never run previous versions of your
Elite-project, so i am not sure if this
update worked, because i simply don't know
what to expect:

The ZIP and its content (the README.TXT and
the PRG-file) are dated August 2, 2006,
but the PRG is called Frontier20060713.PRG.
Is this a simply mistake in the naming of the PRG?

I have uploaded it using BJL, and "something" started which looks like a 3D-Demo (or title-animation), but the screen is mainly
composed in dark and light blueish vertical
stripes. This seems to show that the screen-output for this program is _not_ changed from ST-like plane-interleaved to Jaguar-like pixel-interleaved output, is this correct? The number of 40 stripes supports this somehow.

Anyhow, congratulations on getting such
a program working on the Jaguar! :-)



Best regards
Matthias

 Topics Author  Date
  New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?) new swapd0 02-20-2006 12:34 
   RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?) new swapd0 02-20-2006 12:36 
    RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?) new Matthias 02-22-2006 13:28 
    RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?) new Orion_ 06-16-2006 22:28 
     RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?) new swapd0 08-02-2006 20:35 
      RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?)  Matthias 08-03-2006 12:02 
       RE: New Jaguar website (bjl cable problems?) new Matthias 08-03-2006 20:52 

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