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Mouse in Vesa mode

Posted on 1997-06-15
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How can I switch my mouse driver to serve 101h Vesa mode?
Now when my cursor moves on the screen it looks like it is
in text mode but 101h is the graphic mode !?
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Question by:leszek061497
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mrosen earned 70 total points
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Check out my graphics library at: http://www.mach5.com. It's called gLib. The mouse.tpu should work for you (source is included).
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by:leszek061497
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Thanks ! It's a pity mouse lib is Pascal module , but no problem
i can convert it to C++. I'll use this lib !!!

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by:jazzchiss
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Where is gLib?
I can´t find it in mach5.com!
I am looking for a free mouse library for doing graphics in svga (dos mode). I work with Visual C++ 1.52.
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