VGA and QVGA

alfcen

Well-Known Member
Licensed User
Hi Erel,

Is there any means of getting the optimized compiler double pixels?

I am aware of the standard compiler choice and of programmatical
methods. The first sacrifices the advantages of the optimized compiler
while the latter is not feasable once you have a suite of over a dozen
applications with numerous screens packed with controls. Any extra
line of code slows down the start-up time, and you need two devices
for testing.

If it is ever possible to set a flag, then this is at the topmost of my wish list.

Cheers
Robert
 

Put Claude

Active Member
Licensed User
Hi Erel,

have 2 VGA, and 3 QVGA, understand VERY WELL what alfcen want... :) , want it to...
VGA is super nice to look at, so I use this to develop.
Did rework and scale my programs, so they will work on both resolutions.
This is not a big problem for simple designs and pics, but otherwise... oops...

Put Claude Belgium
 

Put Claude

Active Member
Licensed User
Hi Erel,

Understand...
If we now in advance it stay this way, we directly deal with 2 resolutions, it can be done easely...
I rework my progs of interrest to auto-scaling progs...

Put Claude Belgium
 

berndgoedecke

Active Member
Licensed User
VGA compatibel Device IDE

Hello Erel and PPC-VGA-users,
I tried to create html-files in VGA Mode and I think it would be a great help, if the Device IDE is able to handle the VGA mode. The html files, espacily the Text does appear very diffrently. For this I wrote to dzt first, because I thought the cause of failure was the dzhtmlview.dll., but handling Tables with text is the same problem.
(http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/showthread.php?p=9357#post9357) #44,45,46
For pictures it is to handle with the scale workarounds, but text isn't.

Best regards


berndgoedecke
 
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