[Coco] Created Audio Cable
rietveldh at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 27 09:49:17 EDT 2020
I bet someone could use the remote jack and MOTOR ON, MOTOR OFF to make a cool rumble pak for the coco. would be great with shooters that give you feed back when something is hit
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From: rickulland1 at gmail.com
Sent: October 27, 2020 9:41 AM
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Subject: Re: [Coco] Created Audio Cable
I once wrote a tshirt transfer (screen mirror) program that expected
you to create a pmode screen in some way, reset to kill that process,
and CLOADM my program. It reopened the pmode4 screen and redrew it in place.
So Basic (and many assy programs) leave the screen behind. I don't know
how to keep Basic from blanking the screen when you RUN a program, but I
bet there is a poke out there.
On 10/26/20 1:47 PM, Joel Dare wrote:
> One of the challenges I'm already running into is that a single 4-color
> graphic sprite can easily be 6k of data (I'm not compressing yet). That
> makes we wonder if the CoCo retains the graphics pages when CLOADing
> programs. If it does, you could build a set of pages using multiple BASIC
> programs that draw without PCLS. That would be particularly useful on the
> early 4K models.
> There is lots of stuff to experiment with on this machine.
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