Bryan Posted September 12, 2003 Share Posted September 12, 2003 I'm aware of that. But if you want to do it again then it takes mumble cycles to reload all three registers' date=' during which time NO color changes can occur. TNSTAAFL. Sticking to LDA/STA provides a steady stream of color change zones. This would be much easier to write a general conversion algorithm around than one that had to figure out where to wedge burst write/reload cycles.[/quote'] Okay, I'm talking about a way to create Atari pictures on a PC where you micromanage every graphic element and every cycle to get the best possible optimized display possible on the A8. That means stuffing color color registers, and possibly stuffing player data and moving players all in mid line, not offering a few extra colors in predictable bands. This would be the Ultimate MCS-type tool. Right now it's just too hard to design pictures this way by hand coding. -Bry Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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