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AMIGASYSTEM 19 July 2020 08:16

Picasso96FixV2 Release
 
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Author: Holger Hippenstiel


Picasso96FixV2: Software it allows you to use Screens upto
7680 x 4320 (8k Resolution) Pixel in Picasso96.

With this version you can set up doublewidth/doubleheight-4k-Screens (or both), all the info in detail in the readme

Picasso96Fix v2.0: Download

OldAmigan 19 July 2020 13:55

@AmigaSytem


Thanks for posting this

manic23 19 July 2020 14:03

Can I ask is this for WinUAE only? is it needed for real hardware?

Etze 19 July 2020 14:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by manic23 (Post 1414777)
Can I ask is this for WinUAE only?

According to the readme (just click on the link above): yes!

AC/DC HACKER! 25 July 2020 09:26

May I suggest you inform users of Picasso96 older and newer, this IS Not related to Picasso96 or P96 programmers? You might want to make that clear. I'm an advanced user, and I wondered if there was an update I missed...which is very possible. But clearly I didn't.

AMIGASYSTEM 25 July 2020 13:17

In the News there is the name of the developer and in the Link attached the readme of the author, I avoid to make personal comments because my English is the result of an online translation and therefore it could be misunderstood.

Locutus 25 July 2020 17:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by manic23 (Post 1414777)
Can I ask is this for WinUAE only? is it needed for real hardware?


Got any real hardware that supports resolutions higher than 4k ?



I can verify that Topaz/8 at 5k resolution is straining it even with good eyesight :-D

Bruce Abbott 26 July 2020 10:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by Locutus (Post 1416019)
I can verify that Topaz/8 at 5k resolution is straining it even with good eyesight :-D

Mission accomplished!


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