On 9/16/16 4:37 AM, Michael Fritscher wrote:
Am 15.09.2016 um 19:21 schrieb Programmingkid:
There has been talk about what resolutions to add support for in the
VGA driver. What do you think of this list:
From MacPlus size to 8k.
This is a list of all common resolutions:
Following resolutions are also quite common:
1280x1024 (Most LCD-Monitors in the 15-17 zoll range had this for a
long time, also a standard VESA Resolution)
1600x1200 (Many LCD-Monitors in the 20-21 zoll range had this for a
long time, rather "common" resolution)
1920x1080 (the standard full HD resolution)
2560x1440 (the common "next step" after 1920x1080)
3840×2160 (the standard 4k resolution, also known as 2160(p) or UHDTV)
7680x4320 (the standard 8k resolution, also known as 4320p, is also
defined as UHDTV)
I assume that you left out the common CGA/EGA resolution intentionally?
Thank you for the additional resolutions.
The VGA driver we are talking about is going to work on qemu-system-ppc.
CGA/EGA resolutions are more PC. But is a possibility.