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Old 03 April 2011, 11:47   #1
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DOpus Magellan II and Chip RAM

Hi, is it possible to force DOpus 5.82 (WB replace) to use Fast Ram instead of Chip Ram? I have gfx card (CGX4) and AOS 3.9. Problem is after start WB with DOpus I have 1.8 MB Chip and when I open any window (in icon mode) it use Chip...
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Old 03 April 2011, 13:25   #2
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I don`t know if DOpusMagellanII can handle it itself but you can try IconBeFast (also not sure if it uses Fast Ram). Ok, have a look into the DOpus prefs - Icon... there you can check RTG-Mode what use Fast Ram for Icons.
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No sorry, but IconBeFast won't change the type of memory which is used for icons by itself. In case of using the Workbench, the workbench.library requests the type that has been set in Prefs/Workbench. I don't know which settings have to be changed for DOpus Magellan, but it should be possible to switch to FastMem somewhere in the environment. It works with AmiKit at least.
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