|Jan 18, 2002, 10:20 PM||#1|
iMac Hack (saw)
So who's going to be first to attempt higher resolutions on an iMac with external monitor?
That video chipset will definitely do it, so it's just a matter of tricking the iMac into thinking it has a larger monitor attached.
I know that monitor resolution support used to be signalled to the Mac by sensing for combinations of pin voltages on the VGA cable. Does anybody know how it's done on these new digital interfaces? Or is it completely in software (more like PCs)?
If it's a software-only hack, that should be a lot easier to figure out and, er, "fix".
software developer & Mac user
|Jan 19, 2002, 02:03 AM||#2|
dont count on me doing that any time soon...
for one im an artist ... so that option is void right there.
2... i wont get the new i mac
and 3 ....ahhh i forgot number 3!
sorry man. Good luck hacking the hell out of whatever you want.
just leave the GI Joes alone..they have had enough torture (not computer realted but ...i thought it was funny anyway)
HAPPY FRIGGIN 50TH POST TO ME!!
Last edited by krossfyter; Jan 19, 2002 at 02:05 AM.
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