> > It probably will, but the video timing / color burst will be slightly > off, thus the picture on the display will look strange / > black & white. > wheee.. if the TV doesn't just reject the colour information outright, there will be (18MHz-17.73MHz)*(~63 microseconds)=17 extra cycles of colour signal in each line. This should make any solid colour into 17 rainbow bands, each about 30 pixels wide. So the colours should be normal a bit less often than once every four chars :-) I'd like to see that! -Virus scanned and cleared ok Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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