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    Retrogaming, Atari 8-bit/2600/5200 Development

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  1. sheddy_green_merc.xex sheddy_cherries.xex
  2. Ah yes. Thanks! I hadn't noticed it had translated. That 6502 is much more readable in the original Polish now.
  3. Just having a look at the source. "Jan”, "you", "constant". Macros? What do they do please?
  4. Run address is right at the end. E0 02 E1 02 00 58 Change to E2 02 E3 02 00 58 (Load $5800 into INI address $2E2, $2E3) Well, that doesn't seem to work. I thought it might be because Rastaconverter trashes DOSVEC, but changing it to use a different zero page still crashes after the picture is done. Must be missing something dumb as Actually it does work. It was just too quick to notice! Problem was I chose another Rastaconverter picture to be the XEX test to load after the 1st picture. Because the 2nd picture loads instantly in the emulator, still having the space bar pressed from exiting the 1st picture causes the 2nd to exit immediately... Anything except another Rastaconverter picture XEX to load after will probably be just fine.
  5. Run address is right at the end. E0 02 E1 02 00 58 Change to E2 02 E3 02 00 58 (Load $5800 into INI address $2E2, $2E3) Well, that doesn't seem to work. I thought it might be because Rastaconverter trashes DOSVEC, but changing it to use a different zero page still crashes after the picture is done. Must be missing something dumb as RastaSlides are chained together in the XEX in the same way
  6. Good question. Probably, change the Rastaconverter run address to be an ini address instead. Then assuming no source, remove the 1st 2 "ff" header bytes of the XEX file that is to be loaded afterwards and append it to the Rastaconverter XEX. Maybe you don't need to remove the header bytes though. Finding the run address of the Rastaconverter picture without source might be a pain. Can send you a bit more specific if you need. Kind regards Chris
  7. sheddy_crazy_face.xex sheddy_fountain_pen.xex
  8. sheddy_alice_blue_caterpillar.xex sheddy_pen_nib.xex
  9. slightly better deflate result: zopfli --i4000 --deflate conan.gfx 1,598 conan.gfx.deflate
  10. sheddy_graveyard_car.xex sheddy_graveyard_car_cropped.xex sheddy_peeking_racoon.xex
  11. Rybags is right there are some amazing wallpapers. Sometimes, somehow, they still can maintain some of their glory with Atari limitations. Not sure if the rockpools was for Mac or not but the original photo (hopefully not photoshopped colours) is stunning sheddy_rockpools.xex sheddy_handsfull.xex
  12. Just some nice simple pics sheddy_dino_pencilprod.xex sheddy_paper_beach.xex
  13. RastaSlide - RastaConverter Slide Show Maker - Version 2.2 Changes since version 2.1 - Fixed "#build centred output" issue where pictures built don't display in RastaSlide - Disassembler changed to deal with existing "#build centred output" pictures Yeah, I didn't check my own centered pictures worked in RastaSlide. Duh. They work fine as stand-alone pictures and add OK with no error, but don't display properly in the slide show. I'd advise anyone using RastaSlide to make centered pictures to update to this version RastaSlide 2.2.zip
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