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By msxrestarter

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06-06-2005, 00:00

Hi,
I have the following question :
I have an MSX2 (NMS8250) witch has a different startup screen.
Normally you get a blue screen with a white rectangle and 'MSX' written in black, but this one has a lightgreen screen with a blue rectangle and 'MSX' written in white.
How can I change these colors back to the standard settings ?
Thanks !

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By [D-Tail]

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06-06-2005, 00:15

SET TITLE "",0

Good luck!

By msxrestarter

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06-06-2005, 00:29

Doesn't seem to work.

I get message Illegal function call when I type SET TITLE "",0

When I type set title "Hallo",0 it also says illegal function call.

When I type set title "Hallo" it displays Hallo on the startup screen but the colors stay the same.

By snout

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06-06-2005, 00:58

try a SET TITLE "",1 then Wink

By ro

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06-06-2005, 07:28

set title ,0 maybe?

By AuroraMSX

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06-06-2005, 09:31

and a "set screen" to save the settings IIRC

By Jazzy

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06-06-2005, 09:38

and a "set screen" to save the settings IIRCI don't think you need to do that. All commands wich begin with SET are automatically stored.

By Tanni

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06-06-2005, 12:20

and a "set screen" to save the settings IIRC

What do you mean by IIRC, AuroraMSX? BTW means By The Way, but IIRC?

By AuroraMSX

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06-06-2005, 12:28

If I Recall Correctly.

Google is your friend

By AuroraMSX

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06-06-2005, 12:29

and a "set screen" to save the settings IIRCI don't think you need to do that. All commands wich begin with SET are automatically stored.

SET PAGE 0,1 ? Wink

By Tanni

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06-06-2005, 12:33

If I Recall Correctly.

Google is your friend

I tried it with leo - dict.leo.org, but there was no translation for it.

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