From: "Scott MacMaster" <scott@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> From: "Ingo Weinhold" <bonefish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > Just for the slow ones among us (including me): You need an R5 graphics > card > > driver that displace the stuff output to it in an R5 BView/BWindow, so > that > > the OBOS app server can be tested with a `real' graphics card driver. > Right? Yes. Of course it should be initialized *after* the all real graphic drivers - but that I don't know how it can be done. Do you? [know how to load drivers in a certain order?] > I think I'm even slower. It was my understanding that a graphic card > displays stuff to a monitor not an object in memory. But a graphic card displays stuff in memory - video memory - and after that it sends the data in memory to the monitor, 75 per second for a refresh rate of 75Hz. Anyway, displaying something doesn't necessarily involve a monitor, so a portion onscreen(or in memory) should be just fine. > Although, I suppose > you could use the graphic card to perform in memory renderings. Is this > what you're talking about? I do not understand... Adi.