Laurent Garnier wrote:
> ----- Message d'origine -----
> De : Laurent Garnier <laurent.garnier@...>
> =E1 : <temp2002@...>
> Envoy=CA : mardi 23 octobre 2001 20:27
> Objet : Re: Re: [Deinterlace-discuss] (french) teletext
> > ----- Message d'origine -----
> > De : Mike Temperton <temp2002@...>
> > Hi Mike
> > > >>Cyan is not correctly displayed.
> > >
> > > Well, tell me RGB value for cyan ;).
> > Oh sorry, I make a mistake when writing. You should replace
> > "not" by "now" :-) So all is ok with cyan color.
> > > Hmm... How we can know, that the page does not exist ?
> > I believe the pages are sent using a cycle 100 101 ... <last> 100=
> > When the user asks for page 523, you could wait to receive this
> > page. If you receive a page with number < 523 and then a page
> > with number > 523, it means the page is not sent (does not exist)=
> > With my TV, I see in real time the page which is received.
No, this is not correct. The page 100 is usually sent more often,
so that it appears sooner. Also some other pages may be sent out-of-o=
or more than once. Some channels also send them in reverse: 866 865 8=
64 ... 100,
like VOX in europe for example.
I ( my brother actually ) have a TV that display a "?" mark for nonex=
pages, but I have no idea how it determines that. I also do not know =
is reliable or not.
"Be excellent to each other." - Bill S. Preston, Esq., & "Ted" Theodo=
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