colour se/30

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Does anyone have a picture of a se/30 using quickdraw 32 in colour??

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hello?

hello?

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Wow

a whole 36 minutes and on one responded - hard to believe! Smile

I may be misunderstanding your question here, but an SE/30 will display color only on an external monitor (with something like the Micron Xceed card). The internal monitor will change from black-and-white to grayscale, but not color, even though the SE/30's mobo supports color Quickdraw.

I would think you'd need a whole new analog board to make the SE/30 display color on its built-in monitor.

Matt

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on a B/W monitor??

Matt wrote:

I would think you'd need a whole new analog board to make the SE/30 display color on its built-in monitor.

... Not to mention a whole new picture tube with red, green and blue phosphors on the inside Smile

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Re: on a B/W monitor??

DrBunsen wrote:
Matt wrote:

I would think you'd need a whole new analog board to make the SE/30 display color on its built-in monitor.

... Not to mention a whole new picture tube with red, green and blue phosphors on the inside Smile

Yeah, that too. Smile

Matt