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Apace HiRes GFX Editor V0.6   [2012]

Apace HiRes GFX Editor V0.6 Released by :
The Apace Software

Release Date :
3 January 2012

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... zscs of The Apace Software

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/101687/Apace_HiRes_gfx_editor_v0_6.d64 (downloads: 480)

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User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 14 January 2022
Yesterday, came to my mind this old editor. Very old one and oh man, my english was soo bad that time! (Okay, still needs some improvement to be honest but who cares:D). But the real point is, it seems that this old project could be used for a possible future project. ;-)
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Submitted by Yogibear on 6 January 2012
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Submitted by zscs on 5 January 2012
Thanks Zyron, that's what I'm searching for! :) I just tried it, works quite well so I will add a 'new' release soon, now with the appropriate credits. ;)
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Submitted by yonx on 4 January 2012
thumbs up for the bandnames :)
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Submitted by Zyron on 4 January 2012
You can use SID Known V1.03 to identify music.
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Submitted by Skate on 4 January 2012
\m/ :)
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Submitted by zscs on 4 January 2012
Thanks guys for the nice words.
Besides this stuff, during the last few days I could copy some other old stuff as well, which were never released before. (ZoomFloppy rulez!:)) Most of them are late '80s like oldschool demos with own code, own logos with (usually) own charsets, but ripped music, because (however it sounds strange but) I did not have ANY music editor at all. :) So first, I'm trying to find the credits of the musics that I used in those demos.
(How could I discover the credits of the musics in my demos, are there any tool for that? Thanks!)
User Comment
Submitted by The Shadow on 4 January 2012
Cool release! Whether this has advanced features or not is one thing. The theme with the band names is really cool. Any lost code on the C=64 restored is cool.
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 3 January 2012
Those band names are so early '90s. ;]
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Submitted by Twoflower on 3 January 2012
Yup, looks really promising. Too bad this didn't surface 17 years ago - nice zoom (and Cannibal Corpse-logo).
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Submitted by zscs on 3 January 2012
As far as I remember, I planned to add multicolor support in a later version and change this kind of grid to a new one which can handle the improved functionalities.
Unfortunately, during the last 17 years I have forgotten almost everything about c-64 coding. If I have some time, probably I will learn all the basics (or advanced level?) things and I will continue to work on this release.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 3 January 2012
It's a very nice editor, unfortunately it doesn't support more than two colors in total or keyboard cursor.
User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 3 January 2012
Supports load and save.
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