Re: [AD] iOS multiple screen support plans

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What? Of course it's a display. It's a tv screen or monitor. No difference at all.


On 2011-10-22, at 12:29 AM, Evert Glebbeek <eglebbk@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On 22 Oct 2011, at 3:08 , allefant wrote:
>> Is each new "dispaly" another ALLEGRO_DISPLAY? Else maybe better call it "monitor" or "adapter". But again I'm not really sure right now what it does.
> Agreed.
> Not that such devices aren't called "displays", but so far "DISPLAY" in the context of Allegro refers to what is essentially a window and I think we shouldn't add a second meaning to it in the API.
> Evert
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