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 File comments for:  Game » Driving » gltron.lha

Gltron

Description: GLTron
Download: gltron.lha
Version: 0.59
Date: 08 Feb 2006
Category: game/driving
FileID: 1584
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Comment by: anonymous (66.229.32.101)At: 10 Feb 2006, 10:17File version: 0.59
Works fine here on my XE with Radeon 7500 (without starting warp3d application
first).
 
 
Comment by: m3x (151.38.11.82)At: 10 Feb 2006, 09:55File version: 0.59
there seems to be 2 problems:
- the first one, up4 doesn't install threads.library, and doing a full install
on a new partition, you loose this lib. Just copy it from your update3 backup.
- the second problem seems to be minigl related, it doesn't init properly the
hardware. As a temporary solution, run first a w3d only executable (ie WarpView
or Face3d)
 
 
Comment by: Capehill (82.128.189.60)At: 09 Feb 2006, 20:21File version: 0.59
I'm afraid it's an old and known problem then, with MiniGL apps, but I haven't
heard it to happen with non-Radeon 7000 cards yet!

 
 
Comment by: orginAt: 09 Feb 2006, 18:55File version: 0.59
@Curty

I suppose that GLTron doesn't set up warp3d/gl correctly then.
 
 
Comment by: Curty (84.13.38.148)At: 09 Feb 2006, 17:41File version: 0.59
I had this problem too it dead locks the machine, But if I run say warp view or
Heretic 2 and then GLTron works fine, I wonder why?
By the way I have a A1-XE 800mhz G4, with a Radeon 9200 if that helps?
 
 
Comment by: m3x (151.38.11.82)At: 09 Feb 2006, 09:01File version: 0.59
I've downloaded the archive, checked with the original, and it seems to be ok.
The binary was tested on:
A1SE-G3 / Radeon 7500
mA1-G3 / Radeon 7000
A1XE-G4 / Radeon 9200SE

Try setting WB @ 16 bit and please report the results
 
 
Comment by: Capehill (82.128.189.60)At: 09 Feb 2006, 07:50File version: 0.59
Bean: does this version work after you have ran Warpview? Or are there
differences in the binary?
 
 
Comment by: Bean (87.74.17.203)At: 09 Feb 2006, 00:06File version: 0.59
Bad archive? The one from your homepage works for me.
 
 
Comment by: Bean (87.74.17.203)At: 08 Feb 2006, 21:33File version: 0.59
Matrix saver works with some graphic glitches. Warpview works fine.
(Radeon 7000)
 
 
Comment by: Capehill (82.128.188.119)At: 08 Feb 2006, 21:14File version: 0.59
Just a wild idea...can you try some known-to-work Warp3D (not *MiniGL*) program
first? (WarpView, Matrix saver?)
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (87.74.17.203)At: 08 Feb 2006, 21:10File version: 0.59
Tried with R7000 and I can't get it to work. Freezes my machine.
 
 
Comment by: spot (213.64.118.163)At: 08 Feb 2006, 21:06File version: 0.59
doesn't work here either.
 
 
Comment by: orginAt: 08 Feb 2006, 20:51File version: 0.59
Tried 1600*1200 16Bit and 1024*768 16Bit, same result. Total freeze.
 
 
Comment by: orginAt: 08 Feb 2006, 20:40File version: 0.59
Does not work on my A1 XE G4 800, Radeon 9000. 1Gb mem. Open ups a window with
gray contents and freezes the whole OS. Using update 4.
1600*1200 32Bit ARGB
 
 

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