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Date Posted: 12:56:28 01/25/07 Thu
Author: Ensor
Subject: Bug in "MESS" Vectrex emulation?

Does anyone here have any experience with using MESS for software development?

If so, could you confirm or deny that MESS is incapable of drawing vectors (or dots) at anything other than full intensity or off; I.E. all intensities from $01 to $7e are drawn identically to $7f...?

Kind of puts a crimp in things really.... :-(

TTFN - Pete.

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[> Re: Bug in "MESS" Vectrex emulation? -- Ensor, 15:29:28 01/30/07 Tue

>....could you confirm or deny that MESS is
>incapable of drawing vectors (or dots) at anything
>other than full intensity or off....

Never mind, I did some "googling" and discovered that MESS is indeed braindead in this respect.... :-(

Anyone managed to get "DVE" to run under WinXP yet?

TTFN - Pete.

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