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druck: We are working on modifying Geminus to support these cards. One thing that hasnt yet been mentioned is that the cards perform the R/B colour swap in hardware, but only for 32bpp screen modes. This will be fine for 90% of the applications, however for the other 10% that want/need to use non-32bpp modes, you will need a special version of Geminus to perform the colour swap in software-also in the pipeline.

rohc: <off topic> Reminds ROHC that he needs to renew his domain name ASAP or the ROHC will dissapear for good.... </off topic>

Cheers,

Neil

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