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We used the LCD (Lowest Common Demoninator) for screen resolutions
640x480--standard VGA. However, even when I set a bitmap to those
resolutions in Photoshop, I had some problems. The answer for me was a
graphic utility called Polyview (shareware/US$20) that was able to set the
resolution to 640x480 and 8-bit uncompressed. That worked for some of the
older video cards when we tested the graphic on different systems.
The Burden Lake Group, Ltd.
On Contract at Novalis Corp.
518/862-3465 Telephone mailto:dhays -at- novalis -dot- com