The SCREEN 0 colours (0-15) each map to one of 64 DAC attributes.
In VGA, the DAC actually has 256 attributes but only the first 64 are available to SCREEN 0; furthermore all the DAC attributes can be reprogrammed to any 18-bit colour.
The 'OUT &H3C9' technique maps the DAC attributes to colours. Your two options are:
(If you want to change one colour): Find out which DAC attribute a SCREEN 0 colour maps to *by default*, and change that using OUT &H3C9, or
(If you want easy control of all colours): Remap the SCREEN 0 colours to DAC attributes 0-15 using OUT &H3C0, and then use OUT &H3C9 on these 16 attributes to get the results you desire.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|But I'm a window, can you show me something in my size?||on Jun 15|
|*FYI - custom window colors used to work under DOSBox, but with Windows 7, it's all over.||on Jun 15|
|Well||on Jun 16|
|* How do you set the blinking mode back Artie?||on Jun 18|
|Like this||on Jun 18|
|* thanx||on Jun 18|