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|ID||Category [?]||Severity [?]||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|06201||Graphics||Minor||Always||May 4, 2016, 10:23||May 5, 2016, 08:12|
|Tester||nls||View Status||Public||Platform||MESS (Official Binary)|
|Assigned To||Resolution||Open||OS||Windows Vista/7/8 (64-bit)|
|Version||0.173||Fixed in Version||Build||Normal|
|Summary||06201: cpcp464p, cpc6128p, gx4000: Monochrome monitor is not monochrome|
|Description||In current implementation of this driver, setting the monitor to monochrome (which was normal factory option for these), actually just changes background to light green, while KEEPING all the colors enabled!|
|Steps To Reproduce||
Set monitor to monochrome in system configuration, run a game (like Amstrad stock, Burn Rubber). Background remains a (fake) green (no monochrome monitor produced this green) and all other game colors show normally (red, blue etc.).
|Affected Sets / Systems||cpcp464p, cpc6128p, gx4000|
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May 5, 2016, 00:31
Get me some example pictures and comparisons?
There was recent discussion regarding it here:
May 5, 2016, 08:12
edited on: May 5, 2016, 08:12
What kind of example pictures? I don't have a real green monitor (or a CPC for that matter).
I am not sure of the proper way to make it work (it could be just stripping R and B signals, it could be retaining luma and stripping chrominance. Don't know.
NOTE that CPC464 and CPC6128 (non-plus) models work properly in green mode.
In other words this BASIC program (sorry never owned an Amstrad CPC):
10 MODE 0:PAPER 0:PEN 1
20 FOR i=0 TO 26
30 INK 0,i
40 LOCATE 10,12:PRINT"INK";i
50 FOR t=1 TO 400:NEXT t,i
60 MODE 1:INK 0,1:INK 1,24:CLS
...will produce green hues in CPC464/6128/664 with set monitor green, but will still produce colors in CPC464+/6128+/GX4000.