"Rudolf" <drivers.be-hold@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > The mess can easily be drawn on screen when moving the mouse cursor > > around. > > This one probably shouldn't be drawn in that case (uh, soft cursor) > > :-) > Ah, good one. Though I don't know about the cursor exactly. I mean, > it > should probably be shut-off indeed, but I could imagine it's > functions > should be available to apps using BWwindowScreen: i.e. an app should > be > able to re-enable it and use it? I don't know. The cursor is now hidden just once, so that an application can easily show it again if it needs it. > That thought crossed my mind as well (looking at the distorted curled > lines). I didn't see any proof of that looking at the driver log > though, or it must be a missing palette in the driver: that could be > it, the system should probably set it. Pageflipper uses 8 bit mode > AFAIK. In case you've missed the commit message: it's fixed now :-) Bye, Axel.