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    Yesssssssssss

    I have found a new method to change Gamma !!!!!

    Without use directX or Directdraw, With this method all the previous problems with Gamma correction are solved

    There is simply two windows API to change the gamma curve directly on the Hardware device (Graphic card) and don't use any software engine like Directx to do this then no more problem, it work fine also with Xvid codec and Winamp visualisation !!!!!.

    I'll make a new version in a few hours or minutes
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    Thumbs up small question

    How does one bring up the setup screen? also one option that I
    think should be added is load to mp3 on startup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoLtRiX
    How does one bring up the setup screen? also one option that I
    think should be added is load to mp3 on startup.
    For the setup screen there is a shortcut in your start menu

    The option to start directly the mp3 playing is already in progress.
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    Knew what this thread was without even looking. Glad to hear you've got it solved.

    as always, great job coyote
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    Man, you are a coding machine man. GREAT JOB.
    I didn't have time to test out the current version, another one is coming out. That is great.
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    Awesome! It looks and works really well in the 1.8 version! Thank you!

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    Is it me, or does the new gamma not darken as much as the old method, (not complaining, just asking if it can go darker)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ose-ml320
    Is it me, or does the new gamma not darken as much as the old method, (not complaining, just asking if it can go darker)
    No, it's not you, the new method is a little different.

    You have put the 3 gamma sliders to minimum and you find that it's not enough dark ?
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    Well. I haven't tried it in the car yet, I'm still building, but it doesn't look dark enough at lowest levels. Can it go darker?
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    Cool. The gamma correction works great but it doesn't seem to change the gamma from default after a standby/hibernate.

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