From: Bill Morrow (penzance_at_icanect.net)
Date: Wed Apr 07 1999 - 08:03:49 EDT
Theres a limit..
don't know about the 365X series, but its more than 256 colors, depending upon the particular machine..
its all there, in the manuals and specs for each machine on the IBM web site..
you know, RTFM.. Read The F------ Manual!,
Read The Fine Manual.. :-)
> I was skimming down the IBM file matrix for my TP 365XD and I saw a new video driver for it. I downloaded it
> and popped it in (this is for Windows 95). It was to my understanding allow the LCD to display true color.
> However when I re-read the docs (woo! What a concept!), I realized the extra color depth was for external
> monitors only.
> So my question is, are LCD screens limited to 256 colors? And if not, is it just my old, dusty, 1971 Gremlin like
> TP? Can other TP's say 600 series or 700 series reach those deeper depths.
> Robert Mears
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