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Acidwarp is an eye candy program which displays various patterns and animates them by changing the palette. This archive comes with two versions of Acidwarp: Acidwarp SDL1 - Should run on almost all OS4 systems. Acidwarp SDL2 + OpenGL ES 2.0 - requires Warp3D Nova and OpenGL ES 2.0 libraries and of course a supported graphics card. This version features hardware accelerated palette cycling. Update: Proper quit when launching from Shell with command line arguments (For example: The Warper "Acidwarp -w" or all options "Acidwarp -h") Version number General info: Acidwarp starts in a window (800x600 pixels). Double click inside window to switch to fullscreen. If you want a higher fullscreen resolution increase window size and then switch to fullscreen. Special thanks to Capehill for pointing out the missing context delete issue which caused Acidwarp_GLES2 to crash on exit. SDL1 version linked against SDL 1.2.16 RC2 (Thx to Capehill) SDL2 version linked against SDL2 2.0.14 (Thx to Capehill) Built using GCC 9.1.0 (Thx to sTix) Have fun ! Use the following keys to control the program (from Readme.SDL): | Key | Action | |----------|--------| | **Up** | Rotate palette faster | | **Down** | Rotate palette slower | | **l** | (L)ock: stay on current pattern, but keep changing palette | | **k** | switch to the next pallette | | **p** | (P)ause: totally stops pallette rotation and pattern changing. | | **q** | (Q)uit: causes Acidwarp to exit | | **n** | (N)ext pattern | See Readme.SDL, Readme.svgalib and Thanks files for further information. Disclaimer: Use this software at your own risk. This software is free.