Re:fading In Qb 4.5

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 06-04-92 (14:24)             Number: 154
From: CORIDON HENSHAW              Refer#: NONE
  To: RICH GELDREICH                Recvd: NO  
Subj: Re:fading In Qb 4.5            Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
In a msg on <Jun 02 06:49>, Rich Geldreich of 1:266/29 writes:

 RG>     OUT &h3c7, colornumber:out &h3c8, colornumber          'OUT to BOTH!
 RG>     Out &h3c9, red:out &h3c9, green:out &h3c9, blue
I can OUT to only one, and it works.

Oh, if you want fast palette changing on a no-so-compatible
computer (I.E. PS/2 <g>), go for the BIOS calls.  INT 10,
AX=1010, BH=Red BH=Green CH=Blue.

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