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Project One V0.6   [2010]

Project One V0.6 Released by :
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Release Date :
15 January 2010

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

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User rating:**********  9.8/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Oswald of Resource

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Submitted by Ninja on 15 January 2012
Finally, works fine now in WINE, tested with 1.3.37 (yeah, "leet" version that is!).
Submitted by Ninja on 17 April 2010
Howto for running with wine.
Submitted by Oswald on 16 January 2010
This is a Work In Progress version, was not supposed to be released "as is", but demand made me to.


copy these files over the previous version.

new stuff:

- keyboard shortcuts
- error handling (you may skip over errors instead of crashing)
- Aspect ratio
- edit other sizes than 320x200 (change value of PW&PH in project_one.ini), dimensions must be a multiply of 8, no I/O support for them, all routines expect 320x200
- There's a new exe: TableEdit. Open a palette with it first, then one of the HBtable*.txt files (open table). It allows you to edit the table used by the "color sensitive" color filter. (copy paste of any size of the grid is supported) Then in the import picture GUI you have a tab where you can select which table to use.

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