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Unfortunately due to the clever tricks Geminus uses, the resolution of the screen in the direction which is used for the horizontal has to be divisible by 256 pixels. That means 1024, 1280 and 2048 pixels are ok, but 1200, 1600 and 1920 pixels aren't. This is a shame as there is a lovely 3840x2400 24" widescreen LCD monitor thats driven as two 1920x2400 (or four 1920x1200s). I'll just have to wait until they up the resolution to 4096x2560 which can be driven as two 2048 wide screens, although that will be beyond the current Iyonix's graphics card (needs a pixel clock of 400MHz for 60Hz).

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 6/9/05 2:38PM
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