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I know it's not a TI program, but Convert9918 supports several F18A-only modes - does that count? :)

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Programs that exploit the extended features of the F18A

As of: 11/23/2015

 

80 Column Programs/Utilities

 

9640 Menu System

80 Column Display (All Screens)

Modified By: Tim T.

 

4A DOS / Command DOS

80 Column Display

Author: Monty Schmidt

 

BA-Writer

80 Column Display (In Editor)

Author: Paolo Bagnaresi

Modified By: Tursi

 

Boot

80 Column Display

Author: John A. Johnson

 

CF2K & DM2K

80 Column Display (in ‘View’)

Author: Fred Kaal

 

Cortex BASIC NEW

80 Column Display

Ported By: Stuart Conner

 

fbForth

80 Column Display

Author: Lee Stewart

 

MLC “My Little Compiler”

80 Column Display and extended operations

(Most extensive use of the F18A to date)

Author: Guillaume Tello

 

PrEditor

80 Column Display

Author: Tom Bentley

 

Sector Utilities

80 Column Display

Author” John Birdwell

 

TI-Microsoft Multiplan (80 Column Hack)

Hacker: Unknown

 

TIMXT (BETA)

80 Column Full-Color ANSI graphics

Modified By: Tim T.

 

Turbo Forth

80 Column Display

Author: Mark Wills

 

 

Enhanced Graphics/Games

 

Alex Kidd

Enhanced Graphics

Author: The Mole

 

Titanium

Extra Sprites

Author: Rasmus Moustgaard

 

TI-Scramble

Enhanced Graphics

Author: Rasmus Moustgaard

 

 

Other Utility Programs

 

PAL

Color Display Enhancement (TSR)

Author: Rasmus Moustgaard

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Fine :)

 

Omega, something that came in my mind: what about the Mechatronic ExBasic i+/II/II+ catridges (with this ApeSoft-CALL-Extensions),

and there also was an "Apesoft Expanded Basic" on DISK (w/o any Cart - IIRC)

 

This all wasn´t 80col, OK, but at least fine graphical extensions. Any handle/idea for that here ?

(And if so, aybe we have more in that direction)

 

 

In my list, I have three terms/tags for this features: "F18A" "80col" & "EGA"(extending Grafix or so:) )

it is not well maintained soon, but it is entered at least, so no probleb to find (as you can see in my list)

 

Ah OK, regarding your thread-title here, now I know where from I have this 3 terms :) :)

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Obviously Rasmus' Super Mario Bros. will have to be added to this list!

I'll hold off for a couple more weeks just in case anything else needs to be added to the list. ;)

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With many of the new cartridge games requiring 32K, other cartridge based programs supporting or requiring the F18A and some programs being HDX compatible, I decided to make up and use little designation emblems on my future cartridge labels. Down the road some of you might even come up with your own emblems.

 

The attached file below has the first three in case you care to adopt this method.

 

gallery_35324_1027_17794.png gallery_35324_1027_17805.png gallery_35324_1027_17815.png

CARTRIDGE COMPATIBILITY.zip

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ah OK, you mean to differ between "CAN use " and "MUST have" the F18A ? good idea.

So the new SuperTurboMarioBros is in the category of "must have" F18A

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Programs that exploit the extended features of the F18A

As of: 01/10/2016

 

80 Column Programs/Utilities

 

9640 Menu System gallery_35324_1027_161.gif -- F18A REQUIRED

80 Column Display (All Screens)

Modified By: Tim T.

 

4A DOS / Command DOS

80 Column Display

Author: Monty Schmidt

 

BA-Writer

80 Column Display (In Editor)

Author: Paolo Bagnaresi

Modified By: Tursi

 

Boot

80 Column Display

Author: John A. Johnson

 

CF2K & DM2K

80 Column Display (in ‘View’)

Author: Fred Kaal

 

Cortex BASIC gallery_35324_1027_161.gif

80 Column Display

Ported By: Stuart Conner

 

fbForth

80 Column Display

Author: Lee Stewart

 

MLC “My Little Compiler”

80 Column Display and extended operations

(Most extensive use of the F18A to date)

Author: Guillaume Tello

 

PrEditor

80 Column Display

Author: Tom Bentley

 

Sector Utilities

80 Column Display

Author” John Birdwell

 

TI-Microsoft Multiplan (80 Column Hack)

Hacker: Unknown

 

TIMXT (BETA) gallery_35324_1027_161.gif -- F18A REQUIRED

80 Column Full-Color ANSI graphics

Modified By: Tim T.

 

Turbo Forth

80 Column Display

Author: Mark Wills

 

 

Enhanced Graphics and Games

 

Alex Kidd

Enhanced Graphics

Author: The Mole

 

Super Mario Bros. (Demo) gallery_35324_1027_161.gif

Enhanced Level Graphics -- F18A REQUIRED

Ported By: Rasmus Moustgaard

 

Titanium

Extra Sprites

Author: Rasmus Moustgaard

 

textElite gallery_35324_1027_161.gif

80 Column Mode

Author: Tursi

 

TI-Scramble

Enhanced Graphics

Author: Rasmus Moustgaard

 

 

Other Utility Programs

 

PALEA5

Color Display Enhancement (TSR)

Author: Rasmus Moustgaard

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Well, I cannot say for who or why, but I made another one for SCSI, so while I was at it, I figured one for the UDS-10 might be nice for those making a label for Stuart's Internet Browser.

 

If you have any other needs for one, let me know.

 

gallery_35324_1027_12881.png gallery_35324_1027_12891.png

Designation Icons II.zip

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I think there were already some requests in the queue:

 

F18A Enhanced

F18A Required

80 Col

 

and maybe:

 

Powered by TurboForth

 

and/or

 

TurboForth

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BTW - Folks, you don't have to download the ZIP files. All the little graphics are in PNG format and are small enough to slide out of AA straight onto your desktop and then directly into the graphic you are working with.

 

Below is a quick & dirty example of the new icons used in an existing graphic:

 

med_gallery_35324_1027_2124695.png

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NOTE:

This might only work for TI-99/4As with a MECHATRONIC 80 Column extension system / VGA/SCART

 

(I have tried it in Classic99 with 80 Col enabled, JS99er.net with F18A enabled and on the real console)

 

Schmitzi -> maybe you can first if this works on your Mechatronic (before adding it to the list of 80 Col card)

(Manuals are included, some in English, some in Dutch. All credits go to Ton Brouwer (of the TIGG-NL).

Use the disk as DSK2. (as it loads some more files for DSK2.)

OLD DSK2.EXB80DEMO

 

0333-80-KOL-1.DSK

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yes, Globeron. thanks. I´ll try it, can´t await :)

But the only problem now is that the console´s internal ribboncable for the Mechatronik-80 is missing.

But Ksarul could give me the needed infos about, thx a lot, and so I am on the track now,

maybe it needs some time, but I´ll also post about the cable and more when I got it running

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NOTE:

This might only work for TI-99/4As with a MECHATRONIC 80 Column extension system / VGA/SCART

 

(I have tried it in Classic99 with 80 Col enabled, JS99er.net with F18A enabled and on the real console)

 

Schmitzi -> maybe you can first if this works on your Mechatronic (before adding it to the list of 80 Col card)

(Manuals are included, some in English, some in Dutch. All credits go to Ton Brouwer (of the TIGG-NL).

Use the disk as DSK2. (as it loads some more files for DSK2.)

OLD DSK2.EXB80DEMO

 

attachicon.gif0333-80-KOL-1.DSK

 

 

none of these work on a f18a they require the 9938

 

Greg

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none of these work on a f18a they require the 9938

 

Greg

 

Oh okay, sorry I did not realise that (I probably can find about this project in the Dutch Tijdingen magazines of year 198x's)

(Project of "Regio Zeeland" / Ton Brouwer / Ton Damen).

 

I thought it was for the Mechatronic 80 column card (not sure what chip is inside here, I have the PDF manual)

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