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> >In UCBLogo there are *exactly* 16 colors numbered 1-16. Higher numbers
> >are automatically converted to MODULO 16. Am I wrong in my above
> >sentence?

> Berkeley Logo does whatever it thinks the hardware can support.  The
> DOS versions use a graphics library that tries to find out what kind
> of screen you have, and tells Logo the maximum number of simultaneous
> colors it can generate.

> If you run BL under Windows, what happens is that Windows makes a window
> that acts like a CGA screen -- hardly any colors at all.  I think that's
> the source of the problem here.

Finally I managed to do it in UCBWLogo!!!



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Wed, 08 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
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