Carlsson, Anders wrote: > Ah. Good old videotex. I saw some hi-res pictures fifteen years ago > in a computer magazine, who claimed the pictures was from a vidotex > service. As I had learned the regular graphics on that system were > those 2x3 block graphics in eight colours, like teletext, I really > didn't believe the pictures. But maybe those were from a system that > used this BTX device, and in that case, was that an extended protocol > over the regular videotex graphics? I'd better go home and dig through > those magazines to see if they mention this. Ah, confusing. So Teletext is what is called Videotext in Germany, an additional service on TV broadcasts? And Videotex is what we call Bildschirmtext, the online service? I know that there were several levels of this service, so probably an older version allowed only simple text and block graphics, and CEPT is the newer one. I know that they replaced it sometimes later with KIT, which was finally fully capable of displaying graphics, but that is obsolote now as well since they want to be an Internet provider now. Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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