Originally Posted by Mrs Beanbag
presumably the backdrop needs to be in chip RAM in order to blit it onto the actual screen when required (to redraw it when windows move over it). It could be stored in fast RAM in theory if the CPU were used to do the copying, so maybe there is a patch for this. Or there could be.
I'm hoping there is a patch, I'm sure I've heard of people using these hi res modes in 128 colours with in excess of 1200k of free Chipmem. God knows how they achieved it....
I can get this with no backdrop. But that just looks crap