Some articles on support, hardware:
... text mode because of their limited character set, If a system was able to also support lower case letters in a text mode, (in any highres mode it is of course always possible ... a matrix of blocky pixels instead of a letter in their font sets (or used dedicated hardware to emulate them, like the TRS-80 did), to support some sort of all points addressable (APA) mode ... a programmable font RAM instead of a static "font ROM", or when the video system did not have a hardware text mode, but painted text in the highres screen using software, the video display wasn't ...
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