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  • Roger Garstang
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    XP's DOS is more of a console app emulating DOS. It even has the
    ability to use High-Intensity BGCOLORs...where before you only had
    0-8. I've got code from here using assembly to get them in DOS, but
    never got around to testing it. All the colors are a little off
    when DOS is emulated. Some ASCII chars are too as are some in DOS
    depending on the video card/ROM.

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    [This message has been edited by Roger Garstang (edited December 22, 2005).]

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  • Jack Kramer
    started a topic Background Color: 98 vs XP

    Background Color: 98 vs XP

    Consider: Using PB 3.5
    color 15,6
    cls
    print "hi"
    end

    A. On Win 98 machine, I get white on brown.
    B. On XP machine, I get white on light green

    Programs compiled on 98 machine and run on XP machine
    give white on brown.

    What am I doing wrong here?

    Thanks, Jack



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