Contributor: SWAG SUPPORT TEAM SECTION 5 - Graphics This document contains information that is most often provided to users of this section. There is a listing of common Technical Information Documents that can be downloaded from the libraries, and a listing of the five most frequently asked questions and their answers. TI432 Printing graphics to an HP LaserJet TI433 Printing graphics to an Epson Q. "Does Turbo Pascal run in Super VGA modes?" A. Yes, if you have a VESA compatable video card you can use the VESA16.BGI file to get high resolutions such as 1024X768 or 800X600. If you also want 256 color support, you should turn to a third party solution. There are some helpful files, including freeware drivers, available here on the forum. Q. "How can I print my graphics code?" A. Download the files labeled TI432.ZIP and TI433.ZIP from the libraries. Additional support is available from third party vendors. You could pose a question in the forum asking for recommendations regarding third party graphics support for printing. Q. "When will Borland upgrad the GRAPHICS TOOLBOX?" A. The GRAPHICS TOOLBOX is no longer available from Borland in any form, and there are absolutely no plans to upgrade it. It should, however, recompile with recent versions of Pascal including Versions 6.0 and 7.0. Q. "How can I use BGI calls in Windows?" A. Windows is a graphical operating environment, so there is no longer any need for the BGI when programming Windows. You will find that Windows has built in support for graphics that is much superior to anything available in the BGI unit. To get started, try using using the manuals and on-line docs to read about the Windows GDI. Q. "How can I add a mouse to my Graphics programs?" A. Outside of Windows, Borland offers no built in support for the mouse in your programs. However, adding mouse support is extremely simply. Those who know ASSEMBLER can add mouse support with the INT33 interface, others will find MOUSE libraries available here in the CIS libraries.