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    Always looking for GFX and MSX for my demos
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  1. JAC!

    JAC!

  2. July 2019 - Next Round of Interest Poll All carts are sold out now and we have 4 people who have already stated interest in a new batch. So if you are also interested, please send a PM to me. - Peter.
  3. 25k of pure code sounds really a lot,so I expect there is inline data. One the other hand 25k is no problem at all for the Atari 8-bit, so why reduce it? If it is about reducing loading time, compressing the final XEX is the best option.
  4. Congratulations, this is simply a woderful piece of art!
  5. The on the top only point to anchors on the same page. There is only one page with all information. I've notified PG and he'll also fix the links (http://asma.atari.org/main.html#plr > http://asma.atari.org#plr)
  6. Regarding music: http://asma.atari.org/- all you need
  7. If you use plain ATARI Basic the easiest to start with is using the Hex Editor from the context menu on the .XEX file and copy the file content as decimal values. These you can paste into a DATA statement of a .BAS file. The latter can be loaded with ENTER from H6:. If you'd use TurboBasic XL, things are much easier as it has the BLOAD command with which you can directly load the .XEX into the RAM.
  8. The!Cart Studio Update: 2019-06-02 - The boot sequence now correctly disables and locks The!Cart if SELECT was pressed. This fixes the problem that The!Ramdisk driver sees The!Cart even though it is not usable. The!Ramdisk will be released asap. - On Windows the TheCartStudio.exe can now be associated with the ".tcw" file extension. This way you can have file type icons and open the workbook file via double click from the Windows Explorer or by dragging workbook file on the executable or its link.
  9. You're welcome. It took a while for me to realize the "b" is lowercase and this is probably cheap 1MB (E)PROM cart, right?
  10. I chatted with mega_hz today, and he does not want to release them. If you are interested in The!Cart please send a PM. I'm collecting requests to see if we can have another batch.
  11. Hi, CPLD (https://www.horus.com/~hias/atari/#thecart) , shell (http://www.wudsn.com/productions/atari800/thecart/thecart.zip) and software (http://www.wudsn.com/index.php/productions-atari800/tools/thecartstudio) are available for download. As for the PCB I'll ask Wolfram if you want's to release it. But be aware it double sided heavily packed SMD and the chips are meanwhile hard to get.
  12. Yes, they look really good. Good choice of source material and thanks for providing both PAL & NTSC.
  13. Then you only have a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. Test via: C:\Users\JAC>java -version java version "1.8.0_161" Java SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_161-b12) You need to install a Java Development Kit (JDK 1.8+).
  14. I did a separate clean install and can reproduce the problem. It seems to be related to the Java JRE included. If a separate Java JDK is installed, it works. I'll try and see where the error comes from. If you have Java installed already on your machine, you can rename the "eclipse/jre" folder to "jre.old" as workaround.
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