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Petscii Editor v3   [2004]

Petscii Editor v3 Released by :
fieserWolf

Release Date :
2004

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:*********_  8.6/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... fieserWolf of Metalvotze

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/99761/petsciied3.d64 (downloads: 487)

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User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 25 March 2013
It is not 100.00% foolproof but still a very handy tool. Way better than PETSCIing in VICE or in direct mode on real hardware.
User Comment
Submitted by fieserWolF on 8 October 2011
Petscii editor v3

With this simple editor you can edit characters and colours separately. So you can first do a black&white pic, then colourize it afterwards.

Press F1 for help.

F5 adjusts the "warp" mode: this is the direction the cursor moves to when you set a character. If you want to draw vertically top-down, then press F5+down for example.

Loading and saving: the petscii has a fixed address. First, the characters are stored ($3000-$33e8), then the $d800 colram ($3400-$37e8). When loading, this format is expected.

Press shift+return to change the drawing modes:
"set" = character set mode / "paint" = colourize mode (0-f)
Press shift+space to set and colourize at the same time (called "both" mode).

There is also a small display routine included on the disk. Load a petscii first, then start "viewer.a" with sys2064. ("viewer.s" is the TASS source)

Have fun with this little tool!

fieserWolF / METALVOTZE
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