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   * If you have Core version >= GOLD3 (as in the Vampire Standalone),​ you can press <​key>​F11</​key>​ to toggle scanlines, in order to get a video experience that is similar to old CRT monitors.   * If you have Core version >= GOLD3 (as in the Vampire Standalone),​ you can press <​key>​F11</​key>​ to toggle scanlines, in order to get a video experience that is similar to old CRT monitors.
   * If you have Core version >= GOLD3 (as in the Vampire Standalone),​ the default chipset configuration is PAL, not NTSC.  But you can easily switch to NTSC mode from the Amiga Early Startup Control, or from a degrader tool.  (If you are using WHDLoad, you can use the ''​NTSC''​ tooltype.)   * If you have Core version >= GOLD3 (as in the Vampire Standalone),​ the default chipset configuration is PAL, not NTSC.  But you can easily switch to NTSC mode from the Amiga Early Startup Control, or from a degrader tool.  (If you are using WHDLoad, you can use the ''​NTSC''​ tooltype.)
-  * The Vampire patches ''​exec.library''​ to keep the lower 8 KB of chip RAM reserved, which is required by Macintosh emulators. You should not use any other patches that do the same thing. ​ For example, you should not use the ''​PrepareEmul''​ program that comes with ShapeShifter. ​ To prepare your Vampire'​s memory for ShapeShifter, you simply need to move the VBR to fast RAM.  You can do this with ''​[[:​system_tools:​vcontrol|VControl VBRMOVE=1]]''​ or with a tool like [[http://​aminet.net/​package/​util/​sys/​vbrcontrol|VBRControl]].+  * The Vampire patches ''​exec.library''​ to keep the lower 8 KB of chip RAM reserved, which is required by Macintosh emulators. You should not use any other patches that do the same thing. ​ For example, you should not use the ''​PrepareEmul''​ program that comes with ShapeShifter. ​ To prepare your Vampire'​s memory for Macintosh emulators, you simply need to move the VBR to fast RAM.  You can do this with ''​[[:​system_tools:​vcontrol|VControl VBRMOVE=1]]''​ or with a tool like [[http://​aminet.net/​package/​util/​sys/​vbrcontrol|VBRControl]].
   * If you have a Vampire accelerator board connected to a classic Amiga, see "​Precision"​ under [[:​apollo_core:​fpu|68080 FPU Core]] for some compatibility concerns regarding software requiring an FPU.   * If you have a Vampire accelerator board connected to a classic Amiga, see "​Precision"​ under [[:​apollo_core:​fpu|68080 FPU Core]] for some compatibility concerns regarding software requiring an FPU.
  
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