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- Sun Aug 19, 2018 11:29 pm
- Forum: CHAT FORUM
- Topic: Seen on eBay: UK TT Keyboard: Offers.
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now has a wife, children, beer belly, house, spare bedroom, and a good job. I have none of those :) Ten years ago a 520ST was £15. Look what they go for now. But as someone who actually uses Atari as a computer and not an investment, a terrible time. I hate price bubbles. Yeah its gone silly for su...
MOVE.png I don't even remember coding this.. Though I know I was always lookin for ways to move sprites in interesting ways. So I created this Util.. Assume in early 90s. Basically you "draw" the path for a sprite to follow and the screen and it saves it to a memory bank, where the sprite then foll...
- Sun Aug 19, 2018 10:29 pm
- Forum: STOS
- Topic: CODE SNIPPET - SIMPLE TAN/COS SPRITE MOVEMENT
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Scrolls a "STOS" logo across the screen in a bit of a fancy way. 10 key off : curs off : hide on 20 X=hunt(start(1) to start(1)+length(1),"PALT") : X=X+4 : for A=0 to 15 : colour A,deek(X) : X=X+2 : next A 30 colour 0,$0 : A=100 : B=170 40 sprite 1,100+tan(A/21.7)*50,90+sin(A/21.7)*90,3 45 sprite 2,...
There are already STE 32MHz boosters, in fact currently building up the next 40MHz versions.
Exxos, what about adding a slot ISA for ET4000 card? Your motherboard is smaller than original one, therefore there is a plenty place for a e.g video card Surely a PCI slot and interface logic would be better as ISA graphics cards are extremely rare and basically non-existent after about 1995. PCI ...
Once the ST remake is done, stuff like jag ports and DMA sound can be added easy enough, pretty much will be a STE by the time its done. But needs to be large to have room for the addon ports.
There does seem to be a fair few "remake" projects about in recent years I think as prices have dropped with PCBs in recent times, its opening up new possibilities for things. Of course now we can do custom logic chips for like £5, we can build in all the mods we always wanted
With some passing comments on the STOS FB group, there seems to be a rise in newcomers to STOS lately! I suggested some small coding challenges to get people coding something which would teach some basic programming skills and ultimately be useful in future programs. Each routine will be posted in t...
Jon S. Stock Here's my attempt. It uses the "animals1.mbk" stock assets from the STOS disk. 10 mode 0 : flash off 20 load "a:\animals1.mbk",1 30 cls 40 sprite 1,50,50,11 50 rem Start of loop 60 move on 70 repeat : K$=upper$(inkey$) : MX=x sprite(1) : MY=y sprite(1) 80 if MX=50 and MY=50 then gosub ...