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Re: 32-column Text

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How many chars, 256 like PETSCII?
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Re: 32-column Text

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Okay, if you have a routine that will flip the bits anyway then the first 128 chars can be Commodore-alike and the second can be more fun? - even more compression.
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Re: 32-column Text

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satpro wrote:Shaun,

The characters you sent seem like they will do just fine. Is there an automated way to extract the characters from the image? I have Photoshop and that will do the trick, but software would be sweet.
There must be a BMP/PNG to C64 converter so at least you can get the data -> to Google...

This is quite old but should do the job: http://www.cosine.org.uk/products.php?p ... 4mat=other

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