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- To: info-mcl@MEDIA-LAB.MEDIA.MIT.EDU
- Subject: main-screen-color-p
- From: Henry Lieberman <lieber@MEDIA-LAB.MEDIA.MIT.EDU>
- Date: Wed, 26 Aug 92 11:35:14 -0400
Main-Screen-Color-P still doesn't do it, I'm afraid.
On my machine, a color screen, it returns T, but when I set the
Monitors control panel to black-and-white, it still returns T.
I think what most programs will want to know is whether color pixels
are actually reaching the user's retina, not if the screen has the
"capability" in some sense to do color display.