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Palette

Palette

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Is there a way for the RGB values to range from 0 - 255 in Qbasic? And how do you change the palette in SVGA modes?

RE: Palette

No, 63 is the maximum, and qbasic doesn't have an SVGA mode (VGA, and EGA only).  If you are using a library then you would have to use the functions present in the library itself.

RE: Palette

(OP)
Well, you can get SVGA in Qbasic using asm, but it doesn't matter anymore. I found out how to change an 8-bit palette into Qbasic's 6-bit one. Thx neway

RE: Palette

try the ugl.  (ultimate graphics lib)

or was it future lib?  anyways, one of them supports svga.

RE: Palette

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I'm not too big on usin libraries since I don't learn anything from them. Do you know where I could find some good SVGA tutorials (doesn't matter the language)? thx

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