[rescue] I'm one happy geek

rescue at sunhelp.org rescue at sunhelp.org
Thu Jun 28 17:28:31 CDT 2001

On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Brian Harrington wrote:

> Yep.  Most mid to high-end Mac monitors use either ADB or the serial port
> for software control of the monitor, loading color profiles, and attaching
> colorimeters (is that a real word?).  It's really quite cool.  The only
> problem is when you try and attach a snazzy multisync monitor to a Mac and
> don't have the right cables, it will force you to use 640x480, 67 Hz,
> because it doesn't know what it's talking to and is programmed to play it
> safe.

Thankfully, OS X finally allows the user to choose any arbitrary
resolution and refresh rate supported by the graphics hardware.


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