Did some more Amiga1200 adventure...
Installed the IndivisionAGA-MK3 setup tool and tried to learn it. This tool is not the most logic one, and I needed to watch a video in German to finally figure out the idea behind the tool's interface. Once loaded you get all the Amiga's screenmodes on the right. Those are not the modes in use, however clicking on one, you can then assign an indevidual VGA mode that the scandoubler uses on it's output, on the left in the tool. Once everything is set up, it needs to be saved. This is noce, because if you screw up then just reboot the Amiga and it is good. Only save when it is set up correctly.
Then I had this annoying thing of the image not beong centered correct, and for that there is a hotkey menu. CTRL+SHIFT+Tilde brings up the menu. Moving the mouse the screen can be moved around. Holding down left and right mouse button the image can be streched or compressed up/down and left/right. Pressing tilde and you shut down the hot-menu. And finally the IndivisionAGA menu need to be loaded up again, and save config need to be pressed again to save this custom config.
I really love this scandoubler, as there are tons of features. However the tool is still a very different beast from anything else out there. The user friendlyness is not the best, however once I realised how it is meant to be used, then it is quite logical. just a different way of setting things up. And perhaps too logic in a way.
Great piece of hardware and my 1200 now outputs any native screenmodes, scandoubled to fit into 2084x1024 resolution at 50hz on mu Dell monitor.
Don't eat stuff off a 15 year old never cleaned cpu cooler.
Those cakes make you sick....
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