Software Downloads

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Re: Software Downloads

Post by siggi » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:28 am

RWAP wrote: What is needed to run the UDG version on the normal ZX81 - is this the same mod to the 16K RAM pack as mentioned for the HRG graphics?
No, it needs ram, that gets its address lines from the rom socket. I have such a ram only in my web-server Zeddy. Maybe some day I could port that program to use Matthias' HRG and his UDG.

Siggi

PS: The UDG version runs on EO.
My ZX81 web-server: online since 2007
http://zx81-siggi.endoftheinternet.org/index.html

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Re: Software Downloads

Post by nama » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:44 pm

Do you have a link to where you are serving these programs?

Phil

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Re: Software Downloads

Post by RWAP » Sat Feb 27, 2010 5:39 pm

nama wrote:Do you have a link to where you are serving these programs?

Phil
Hi Phil,

I have posted this link in the thread previously - the software page appears at:

http://www.rwapsoftware.co.uk/zx81/zx81_software.html

Rich

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Re: Software Downloads

Post by Forthretro.new.fr » Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:49 pm

Hello Rwap

I sent you ZX4Paint in *.p file format.

It require 32 K with 8K static RAM mapped 8-16K

The HGR routine are :

Address
$40C4 - 40EC HRESGEN
$40F0 - 40FB HRSET
$40AD - 40C4 HRCLS
$40A0 - 40AB HRRET

It would be fine if someone could test the progr. on a real ZX81.

If needed I can compil the program with the HiRes Routine as given by Steven McDonald

A+
Dominique

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Re: Software Downloads

Post by nama » Mon Mar 01, 2010 12:55 am

RWAP,
Thanks for the link, I must have missed it before.
Let me send you better images for your page, it seems that the CD3000 image is very low res.

Phil

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