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Share some colour art! Guide a non destructive cursor around an area ten times the size of the screen and hold the button down to draw or erase the colourful pixels in this scrolling editor for the VCS! BinEdit.bin What colours do you see? This program cycles through different artifact coloursets; because these are artifact coloursets they will not show up on an LCD, PAL or composite mod (you'll get monotone instead). A classic CRT with factory settings with a 4-switch VCS works best to see them but plasma will also show some interesting effects; the mazes and pictures you draw may have two or three colours per set and the patterns may change (more artifacting)! Marquee mode: This mode pans the camera all around to showcase your creation! Hold reset to enter Marquee mode and press it again to return to the editor. Do not press select or you will likely crash your Atari, that feature runs the code! I will start another thread on the programming forum about it
I'm gonna buy a not working wood paneled one for a small amount of money, because it's very rare in my country (Hungary), but you can find a lot of Vaders and Jr.-s. I'm asking you if the case of the Vader and the wood model is the same and could I just put the Vader motherboard into the wood one?
Hey all— did a pretty thorough search the past few days on this issue, and I've honed in on the issue being either the .22 mF cap (chicklet) or the TIA chip. But I'm hoping it's something that I don't have to sell out to Radio Crack for… The reason for the new topic is because I completely rebuilt the power switch, which had solder cracks, but before I detected the breaks, the janky switch would yield color off-and-on while I was toggling it. Now it's just a faded sepia tone. Wondering if I pushed the fragile cap over the edge with the heat of the iron or what. This is a beautiful Sears Video Arcade and I want it to hummmmmmmm! Any help would be appreciated!