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Old 06 May 2013, 11:12   #2164
Schoenfeld
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any chance of adding a button for adding new screenmodes In the config tool instead of copying one's already created and altering them.
No - I specifically skipped on that, because pretty much nobody will be able to create an output mode "from scratch". Copying a known-good mode and using it as a starting point to go to a new output mode will keep you from making errors: Any sane person will only alter one parameter at a time.

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how do you make 50hz modes?
Choose the right pixel clock for the size of screen you've created. Make sure that H and V frequencies stay within the limits of your monitor, otherwise you'll just get "out of range" (or similar).

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how can you remove monitor drivers from the config tool eg just to leave a few there instead of all?
The Amiga OS is considered static - there will be no more classic OS versions, and so Indivision AGA MK2 deals with the screenmodes that are there. This is hard-coded in the FPGA cores and the development target of Indivision AGA has always been "display the Amiga picture no matter what" - that's why the config tool lets you configure all screenmodes. Implementing a way of hiding screenmodes would only add complexity to the tool. Adding complexity would mean more testing (=more expensive) and more room for errors. Not a good idea. Instead, I suggest to just ignore the modes that you don't use.

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also will you be adding movement control in the screen test similar to p96?
No need to add what's already there: Try the "offset" values.

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