It's 16 words -- 32 bytes -- in case that makes a difference.Eke wrote:it also shows that if you add the DMA freezing time (16 bytes in CRAM is approx. 38 cpu cycles), you should still be in Hblank when DMA ends and dispaly is enabled again
If you want to peform a little test (probably won't get you any hard numbers, though), you can adjust that 0x88 value up or down [word @ 0x1ABE6] and try it on real hardware. Increasing the value makes it late so the blanking shows up on the left. Decreasing it makes it early so it shows up on the right.Eke wrote:No, I didn't say that, I said the contrary: most probably, enabling/disabling the display can have immediate (mid-line) effect
Here's a shot from Fusion that should give you an idea. The value I used here was 0xA0. In Fusion (v3.61), you can change it to any value from 0x82 to 0x98 without having it show up on screen.