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  1. I thought this might come in handy for people using the Adobe software family when designing graphics for old ChickenLips. It's an Adobe Colour Table (.ACT) file containing the default 256 colour palette. I found it useful when designing tiles in Photoshop. Let me know if there are any errors in it! Have fun. cx16.ACT
    Really nice demo! Speedy too!
    Super slick!
  2. New version uploaded, seems more stable. But the web emulator completely refuses to run it!
  3. This did not occur to me! I'll look into this. It's been a long time since I've really done any proper coding. This lock down fascination got out of hand!
    The CX16 megademo draws closer ...
  4. Ps I suspect it'll work better if I write direct to vera instead of using CHROUT. And it'll be faster... just need to rewatch your tutorial
  5. I noticed this Matt. I think there's a problem with my code somewhere. I'll take a look at some point. If you spot it, let me know! (You are an assembly legend)
  6. Chonky Text in 6502 Assembly View File A little demo of rendering giant text in assembly. It takes the data from the Lower/Upper character set in ROM and renders it in a large, "LCD-style" font. You can use .asciiz in CC65 for letters, or use a zero-terminated array of bytes to reference the character codes, as below (thanks to https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/profile/5-jimmydansbo/ for the character set reference). Submitter gavinhaslehurst Submitted 03/03/21 Category Demos  
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    A little demo of rendering giant text in assembly. It takes the data from the Lower/Upper character set in ROM and renders it in a large, "LCD-style" font. You can use .asciiz in CC65 for letters, or use a zero-terminated array of bytes to reference the character codes, as below (thanks to https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/profile/5-jimmydansbo/ for the character set reference).
    5* for such a good tutorial series
    This is really nice! Between us all, we might be able to piece together a nice CX16 demo!
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