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Old 27 August 2002, 15:05   #1
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Before I removed my 3.1 system in order to install 3.9, my icons used to become transparent while dragging, this was done by my blizzardvision and the cgx driver. Now I have 3.9 with cgx but the dragging of icons is displayed by aga. SUPERGELS and SUPERLAYERS are enabled but they just don't work. Window refresh is slow as well. I am using the latest CGX4 versýon.

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Old 05 September 2002, 03:21   #2
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Icons in directories are drawn on the screen slowly, as if they are using AGA. I just booted my uae 3.1 setup after months, and felt awful when I saw that icons and windows were so fast in an lameulated environment!

There is a strange thing, whenever I test my cybergraphx screenmode that I create with the tool in prefs, the test screen shows a big morphos logo. I know I did not install morphos, can an improper 3.9 installation cause this?

Doesn't anyone really have any idea on this one?
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