1. Ben_j

    OP Ben_j GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    I'm using extended palettes for my sprites, and I'd like to use different backgrounds with different palettes as well. The problem is I didn't find anything to tell the background what palette to use.

    Here's what I did so far :
    CODEvramSetBankH(VRAM_H_LCD);
    dmaCopy(alphabgPal, VRAM_H_EXT_PALETTE[0], 512);
    dmaCopy(kaossbgPal, VRAM_H_EXT_PALETTE[1], 512);
    vramSetBankH(VRAM_H_SUB_BG_EXT_PALETTE);

    Then what ? Do I have to use registries or something ?
     
  2. chintoi

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    I think you use oamSet() on each sprite individually to tell what palette it should use
     
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    I'm not talking about sprites here. I want extended palettes on backgrounds
     
  4. chintoi

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    Ah, sorry.
    Maybe vramSetBankH() should be used before copying. And try to use less ambiguous defines to check the compliance between engines and layers (slots)

    VRAM_G_BG_EXT_PALETTE_SLOT23 - maps vram g to main engine background extended palette slot 2 and 3

    Also found this thread http://devkitpro.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=511

    Looks like the easy way to map entire banks for palettes are macros like VRAM_G_BG_EXT_PALETTE_SLOT01
     
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