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Post 6 made on Monday February 6, 2012 at 15:18
Ernie Gilman
Yes, That Ernie!
December 2001
Maybe in the early days of the 9500, people were creating shorter programs, but in the later days, they were making larger files. The later days would have had people using unique artwork from device to device, rather than the same artwork over and over. More artworks equals more need for memory. And if the Pronto developers heard squeals for more memory, they might have given it to us at the cost of memory not being used for, for instance, fading out.

Right now, DirecTV receivers have a similar situation. They recently changed the menu graphics to high definition, but as a result they can't output menus in standard definition on the standard definition outputs. They gained HD in graphics and lost something somewhere else.
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