In message <4e291ebac6gary@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Gary Locock <gary@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Martin announced at Wakefield that he was about to develop a PS3 driver in > collaboration with John Tytgat, to which I just want to say -excellent news! [snip] > Sadly, although the existing drivers work, they have several limitations, due > in large part to the early versions of PS they employ; an important > limitation is their inability to handle transparency above 256 colours, and > very slow performance in 256 colours. IIUIC, PS3 should resolve these and > other issues. The biggest downside of the current PS2 driver is *how* it includes images in colour mode. I did send a print with the odd big sprite to a printer and their Postscript RIP had real problems with it. When I checked with RiScript building up the images was extremely slow. I then tried a) just black/white b) JPEGs embedded in ArtWorks images instead And in both cases the problem was gone. So for that a better PS driver is very welcome too! -- Herbert Herbert zur Nedden German Archimedes Group http://www.gag.de Herausgeber DER deutschen RISC OS-Zeitschrift.