NewRisingSun wrote:That's a question of monitor gamma, not of the digital signal applied to it. I think every monitor has a "brightness" control, which should rectify the problem. Also keep in mind that as the picture tube ages, the gamma relationship worsens; so what you see on these ancient monitors today is maybe not how they originally looked.Great Hierophant wrote:But what about the grays? I hear that on some digital monitors the difference between black and dark gray or dark gray and light gray are nigh indistinguishable.
NewRisingSun wrote:What's there to say about it? AGI games shake the screen, yeah. SQ2 shakes the screen on EGA and CGA when you get knocked out after boarding the shuttle; same with KQ3, I suppose.
SirGraham wrote:1. I've found two regressions - when machine=vga, and you're booting Serenia/Ulysses or AGI booters, or using the -cga or -rgb switches with DOS AGI games, the text will be corrupt. In previous CVS builds the text was fine. Here are two screenshots:
The DAC part, not the synthesis part. The music will of course sound like a regular Tandy. D'OH!SirGraham wrote: I don't know how it's supposed to sound, but I was told that the Tandy DAC should sound like SB.
Original IBM PC motherboards (8088 processors) had a small trimmer capacitor on the 14.318318 quartz oscillator labelled "Color Adjust" - since the IBM CGA card derived its 3.58 MHZ NTSC color subcarrier frequency from the motherboard clock, which was distributed on the original XT expansion bus. All that to save a 39 cent crystal on the CGA card!
Qbix wrote:Hmm there were some changes to those things.
I think wd is to "blame" for the broken text issues.
I'm sure they will be fixed.
Qbix wrote:The reason I choose for this because of the possible f12 for the composite/regular graphics switch. (although I have no plans to add it at this moment. (future thinking)
Qbix wrote:Unlimited amount of hue values: Yes, what wrong with that ? The thing self is offcourse 360 degrees cyclic.
Qbix wrote:The default colours/hue were changed to some slightly different values based on newrisingsun observations of screenshots of the real thing.
Changed from what
Great Hierophant wrote:Also, I believe I have finally found an answer to the question of which color does the IBM 5153 Monitor show for color 6. My source finally came through with captures of the 5153 with a digital camera, and here is what he shot:
This is the same screenshot modified to boot the green value from 84 to 168. As you can see, this gives a dark yellow color that is far closer to the capture than the previous screenshot.
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