Or code it to assume compatibility unless explicitly told so by user.
hmm ,


> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [Freedos-user] Display Mode Change
> From: "Alain M." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Wed, April 18, 2007 5:55 pm
> To: freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net
> Hi, The problem with the display is that on *any* (dosemu included)
> vga system there is a standard way to have 25,43 and 50 lines that is
> fast and relyable and BIOS compatible. It works very well in Windows
> 98 and XT dos boxes too. NDN has many video modes beyond those. I
> believe that there should be a version or an option for compatibility
> that stick to the basics... Alain Johnson Lam escreveu: > On Tue, 17
> Apr 2007 10:28:17 -0300, you wrote: > > Hi, > >> Yes, there is active
> development in NDN... > > That's good, it's a fine software. > >> As
> for impouving it's display functions I can help, but only if somone >>
> can make a detailed howto of how to set up it's compile environment.
> >> Usualy this can take days which I don't have to spare, but I have
> some >> experience with PC's video. Specially on the compatibility
> issue. > > I need to try it on other PC, but I need some time, and I
> think mode detection > should be carry out by an external utilities
> and write the result in a > "vmode.ini" to let the main program use it
> without crashing anything. > >>> Have you contact the developer of
> Necromancer DOS Navigator? > > I want to test on other similar model
> PC, to make sure this is really a > "problem", rushing to report may
> not help. > > > Rgds, > Johnson.

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