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Lets not forget the fine job which was done on ViewFinder support in RISC OS 6.

I did have the one variant of card which RO6 supports, and after enjoying 2048x1536x32bpp@70Hz for over 5 years with RO4 and JK's firmware, RO6 decided it could only do 16bpp at an unusable 48Hz.

According to ROL the card can only do 1920x1440x32bpp, so that's all RO6 will allow, and I was just imagining the last 5 years. My response was to bin the entire RISC PC, and versions of the OS which don't run on the far more powerful RISC OS machine that I actually use.

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 23/5/09 12:37AM
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