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Damion
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#1 - Posted: 8 Nov 2008 23:40
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Perhaps this is common knowledge, but after a bit of tinkering the past few days, I've found that a number of ephidrena demos are working fantastic on my graphics card, though they aren't specifically categorized as aga/gfx. System is an A2K, '060, CV64-3D and cgx4. 320x240x8 screenmode is needed.

j'_ (works perfect, if you get the version from the eph website)

sfumato

respiratorstories

adammalysz

fels

lux (WOOT!)

jennaloveseph (but ONLY if Thor's mumove4k is active, otherwise I can't get it to go)


Hopefully more to add when I get time to play again. :)
kasie
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#2 - Posted: 9 Nov 2008 11:23
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Yep, agreed. For me it works also some time ago on my 1200/mediator-voodoo3/060. I do not remember correctly names, but some old demos (95-97 years) works fine on gfx card too. One of this is 'passenger' (maybe i am wrong). Some of them on stage of running give you window for choice aga or cgx/p96. I also made some kind of 'list' like which demos works on p96/voodoo3, but, of course, list is fly away :)
rload
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#3 - Posted: 9 Nov 2008 12:31
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cgx support was introduced in J'_ thanks to Cyborg/Industry's startup code. In theory every demo released after this should work. 4ks don't use cgx though.
d0DgE
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#4 - Posted: 9 Nov 2008 21:55
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They do and I love it.
Guess I found it out once my Voodoo 3 worked back then.
The ASL requester poped up and I went balistic \o/
skipp
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#5 - Posted: 19 Nov 2008 23:56
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Since my LCD monitor doesn't support 320x240 modes at all, is there a possibility of adding double pixel mode for running it in VGA resolution? The same as in, for example, Mad Wizards' "Own Love Balance" ? rload, how about a little patch? :-)

 

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