Subject: Re: Apple Internal Video
To: Henry B. Hotz <>
From: None <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 02/17/1995 02:57:36
> There is a handy Init called MaxAppleZoom which will use the extra VRAM on
> the old Apple NuBus video cards to fill in the big black border around the
> edge (gives you 702 X 512 instead of 640 X 480).  I believe it works on a
> IIci as well, but probably not any of the newer machines.  If you want to
> increase resolution this is the prefered route---unless you can pay for a
> new video card/monitor.  The latest version, 1.44, is known to work with
> MacBSD.  (I used it myself on a IIcx!)

No, only on a MacII and IIcx that I know of, with the basic apple 
video cards.  and yes, maxapplzoom does work with macbsd, though you
do get about 10 stray pixels of the mac screen left while in macbsd,
unless you move the trash up, and leave a black background up.

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