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That does look cool.. how do you get so many different blues? is that in graphics mode or something?

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Here is a few different stages of my work...

First, the boot from DOS ...
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Next the booted screen ...
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Finally, the system topography program ...
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Ignore the OS uptime reading ... one of the reasons I restarted was that time functions weren't working properly...

I don't have any pictures of VGA mode, because that was very early in my works, when everything was coded into the kernel instead of being processes.
All it let you do though was move the mouse around and draw by holding down the mouse button :P


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I think it looks cool, at least Smile


That does look cool.. how do you get so many different blues? is that in graphics mode or something?
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In text mode you can reprogram the palette so you can have 16 shades of blue, if you want.
This uses about 8 shade of green (not very noticable in this image)in text mode.
http://www.dex4u.com/editor.htm


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I think it looks cool, at least Smile


That does look cool.. how do you get so many different blues? is that in graphics mode or something?
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In text mode you can reprogram the palette so you can have 16 shades of blue, if you want.
This uses about 8 shade of green (not very noticable in this image)in text mode.
http://www.dex4u.com/editor.htm


Yep, that's exactly what I did. I actually change the palette based on a sine wave, so that the colours fade in and out from blues, to reds and greens, and so on.

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spix wrote:
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I think it looks cool, at least Smile


That does look cool.. how do you get so many different blues? is that in graphics mode or something?
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In text mode you can reprogram the palette so you can have 16 shades of blue, if you want.
This uses about 8 shade of green (not very noticable in this image)in text mode.
http://www.dex4u.com/editor.htm


Yep, that's exactly what I did. I actually change the palette based on a sine wave, so that the colours fade in and out from blues, to reds and greens, and so on.

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Wow, thats clever. do you have a floppy or hard drive image you could send? i'd like to see that in action. :]

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You can have full movies code as ASCII
http://onyx.chattanoogastate.edu/~jack/matrix/


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Wow, thats clever. do you have a floppy or hard drive image you could send? i'd like to see that in action. :]


Yep, if you download the tar.gz from here:
http://www.neuraldk.org/product-NDK

There's a vmware directory in there which contains a floppy.img which should be useable in vmware, qemu, or bochs.

The animation could use some tweaking when it comes to what characters are used for pixels, but that's fairly trivial to do... I just haven't fully gotten around it it.

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This is a latest screenshot form Idylla OS (full working VFS driver, FAT driver and floppy driver).

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So.. What does your OS look like? :wink:

It's been awhile since anyone posted in here..

Does anyone have any interesting screenshots?

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:D - Well, THIS is expected at PortixOS 0.5 or 0.6:

[URL=http://www.imghosting.eu/view.php?img=DSC00011.JPG]
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Pure (un)real mode :twisted: and all this are working ! (textboxes, radio buttons, buttons, etc). Now to incorporate it to PortixOS :lol: - it's too big, i better remove the unnecessary functions. But hey - this is expected only at future versions :)

It is not a fake, by the way ;)

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It is not a fake, by the way ;)


Can we have the floppy image? ;)

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All it has so far is stack-based multitasking and a printf implementation.

A massive improvement over the first seven or eight versions. :P


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Well my project has actually progressed backwards since my post.

A lot of the features weren't working very well (timers especially), so I decided to rewrite the OS.

It's taking me quite some time, and hasn't really gotten anywhere yet.
Though I did fix the image links!


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This thread should be a sticky we can constantly add to.

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