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Set up one at hotmail or gmx or something if necessary. Your mail exchangers
drive my MTA nuts, though I already tried some of your alternate addresses.

> From: Andreas Beck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: Vesna i Lale <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: Which "Permedia 2" card to choose?
> 
> Hi - hope I get the mail through - my mailserver always hangs when sending
> to your site.
> 
> > We have word about Permedia 2, as one 100% supported with GGI (meaning KGI,
> 
> Basically yes. Both Steffen and I have such a board.
> 
> > I suppose it is like it with KGIcon too). 
> 
> Yes. I wrote/ported the kgicon driver, Steffen the KGI one.
> 
> > So I found someone who could find me this video-card, and he asked me what 
> > variant: 4 or 8 MBy? 
> 
> I'd use 8MB. The card has 3D functionality and you are better off with more
> texturemem and Z-Buffer and stuff if you have 8M.
> 
> > My computer is Pentium 75V, 133MHz, 32 MBy RAM, and would it be OK to have
> > those with 8 MBy?
> 
> Yeah. No problem. Shouldn't make a big difference on price - right ?
> 
> > And the other thing, maybe someone of those two is "better" than other one.
> > I suppose Permedia with 8 MBy is better, but my expierinece tought me that:
> > "... bigger is not always better..."(last " " sentence is smth stolen from
> > different theme-))))
> 
> Yeah.
> 
> > P.S. I have sent you a mail few weeks ago about loading picture into
> > off-screen. Tematicaly, is it supposed to be done via direct-buffer? 
> 
> Basically this doesn't matter. You can do so with DirectBuffer as well as
> with normal drawing commands.
> 
> > Is it possible to do it and how?(For instance, load several different - 
> > not movie - bmps and then change them at request with ggCopyBox? 
> 
> Sure - no problem. Open a visual with multiple frames or bigger virtual
> height.
> 
> > Or maybe ggiCrossBlt?)
> 
> That would be for blits between different visuals, so it is more generic and
> will work, but is probably slower.
> 
> CU, ANdy
> 
> -- 
> = Andreas Beck                    |  Email :  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> =

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