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Classic - Custom Resolutions in Mac OS 9?


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When I run Classic in Mac OS X in a specific resolution, and then go back to Mac OS 9, it runs in that resolution. I have a Geforce 6200 in my Cube so hardware acceleration isn't supported, but obviously, different resolutions are. I can't change it in the Monitors control panel in OS9. Is there any way to get all possible resolutions regardless of whether or not it's supported by hardware?
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