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Date: 2002-09 atari800xl.org comp.sys.atari.8bit
Who wants to play some M.U.L.E. on the internet?  
 
1.  Tortin  
 More options Sep 1 2002, 4:20 pm
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From: Tortin <t@med.com> -
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 07:18:08 -0000
Local: Sun, Sep 1 2002 4:18 pm
Subject: Re: Who wants to play some M.U.L.E. on the internet?
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Adam <nob@important.com> wrote in

I bought it and do not like it as much as the atari 800 version (By far)
Hell I even like the NES version better which you are correct sucks
compared to the atari version

go to my website, btw it is not done yet


also check out the 404 error page



 
APP Logo Competition  
 
1.  Freddy Offenga  
 More options Sep 1 2002, 10:28 pm
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From: "Freddy Offenga" <taf.offe@chello.nl> -
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 13:28:11 GMT
Local: Sun, Sep 1 2002 10:28 pm
Subject: APP Logo Competition
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Hi,

You are all invited to design a logo for the Atari Preservation
Project. The best logo will be choosen by the members of the APP egroup at
yahoo and visitors of the German ABBUC Atari 8-bit meeting (JHV 2002).

The winner gets a T-shirt with the Atari logo on it! :-)

The deadline of this competition is 15 october 2002. After that, the voting
starts. The last votes are collected on the ABBUC JHV.

More info about the project can be found here:

Please take a look at the 'Project' and 'Software' sections. Note that the
web-pages need more work, but the basic info is there.

Please send your logos to me. Good luck!

Freddy.


 
 
2.  Kaelwyn  
 More options Sep 3 2002, 8:45 am
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From: "Kaelwyn" <kael@bonbon.net> -
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 17:45:00 -0600
Subject: Re: APP Logo Competition
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"Freddy Offenga" <taf.offe@chello.nl> wrote...

> You are all invited to design a logo for the Atari Preservation
> Project. The best logo will be choosen by the members of the APP egroup at
> yahoo and visitors of the German ABBUC Atari 8-bit meeting (JHV 2002).

> The deadline of this competition is 15 october 2002. After that, the
voting
> starts. The last votes are collected on the ABBUC JHV.

Are there any guidlines we have to follow for design?  Such as file format,
color scheme, picture size, etc...

Thanks!


 
 
3.  Freddy Offenga  
 More options Sep 3 2002, 9:17 am
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From: "Freddy Offenga" <taf.offe@chello.nl> -
Date: Tue, 03 Sep 2002 00:17:53 GMT
Local: Tues, Sep 3 2002 9:17 am
Subject: Re: APP Logo Competition
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Eh, good question. Let's say 200 x 200 pixels max. 256 colors.
Right now I've used purple for the APP pages, but that can change if the
logo is choosen.
I'm not an expert on this, so maybe you have better suggestions?

Freddy.

APP pages:

"Kaelwyn" <kael@bonbon.net> wrote in message

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4.  Kaelwyn  
 More options Sep 3 2002, 12:44 pm
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From: "Kaelwyn" <kael@bonbon.net> -
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 21:44:05 -0600
Local: Tues, Sep 3 2002 12:44 pm
Subject: Re: APP Logo Competition
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"Freddy Offenga" <taf.offe@chello.nl> wrote...

> Eh, good question. Let's say 200 x 200 pixels max. 256 colors.
> Right now I've used purple for the APP pages, but that can change if the
> logo is choosen.
> I'm not an expert on this, so maybe you have better suggestions?

Not really, you just have to consider what all possible uses for the logo
you would have.

 
MAC/65 - large listing problems  
 
1.  Marius & Hester  
 More options Sep 2 2002, 12:32 am
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From: "Marius & Hester" <grove@zonnet.nl> -
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 17:39:12 +0200
Local: Mon, Sep 2 2002 12:39 am
Subject: MAC/65 - large listing problems
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Hi!

I'm using mac/65 file version in combination with SpartaDos 3.3a. Ever when
I'm programming, and I'm having a large listing (but I have still ca. 12kb
free ) I'm getting errors with the branches and the labels when I'm
assembling the program.

Why? And how can I fix this.

I'm not sure the cartridge version has the same problems.

Greetz,
M.


 
 
2.  Bill Marcum  
 More options Sep 2 2002, 4:11 am
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From: Bill Marcum <bmar@iglou.com> -
Date: 1 Sep 2002 15:09:41 -0400
Local: Mon, Sep 2 2002 4:09 am
Subject: Re: MAC/65 - large listing problems
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On Sun, 1 Sep 2002 17:39:12 +0200,
  Marius & Hester <grove@zonnet.nl> wrote:
> Hi!

> I'm using mac/65 file version in combination with SpartaDos 3.3a. Ever when
> I'm programming, and I'm having a large listing (but I have still ca. 12kb
> free ) I'm getting errors with the branches and the labels when I'm
> assembling the program.

What errors?  Are you trying to branch to a location that is too far away?

 
 
3.  Marius & Hester  
 More options Sep 2 2002, 4:26 am
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From: "Marius & Hester" <grove@zonnet.nl> -
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 21:33:36 +0200
Local: Mon, Sep 2 2002 4:33 am
Subject: Re: MAC/65 - large listing problems
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No! That was my first thought too, when the errors occured. The assembler
gives two errors in my case: the one you mention, and a undifend label
error.

Both errors don't make sense. What happens when I make the label-names
shorter (to save space); the errors disappear. My conclusion is: when I use
to many labels or to long labelnames there are strange things happening
during the assembling.

Pffff.... I can say it very well in English. Sorry for that. I hope you
understand my problem, and my thoughts...

Thanks,
Marius

"Bill Marcum" <bmar@iglou.com> schreef in bericht
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4.  TXG  
 More options Sep 2 2002, 12:15 pm
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From: "TXG" <t@the-underground.myweb.nl> -
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 05:14:54 -0700
Local: Mon, Sep 2 2002 9:14 pm
Subject: Re: MAC/65 - large listing problems
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Hi,

I think you reached the limit of the diskversion. Strange things will happen
when working with large code...

The cartridge can hold over 30Kb and can do just fine, but the cartridge has
a problem with some memory area's I think because of the DDT and so...
For editing and assembling the cartridge run's great....

TXG/MNX
"Marius & Hester" <grove@zonnet.nl> wrote in message
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5.  Marius & Hester  
 More options Sep 2 2002, 1:55 pm
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From: "Marius & Hester" <grove@zonnet.nl> -
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 07:01:48 +0200
Local: Mon, Sep 2 2002 2:01 pm
Subject: Re: MAC/65 - large listing problems
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Yes, but I think the reason of that is using Mac/65 in combination with
spartados. Originally this diskversion was saved on a CLI-version of dos 2.5
(or something like that, I've forgotten the name/version of that dos).

I know that MAC/65 and Turbo-Dos has the same problems as I have now, so
perhaps Mac/65 should NOT be used with SpartaDos 3.3?

It is strange because after assembling Mac/65 tells me: 13673 byes FREE!

Thanks,
Marius

p.s. everything fine with you? Long time no contact, but I'm BACK! Greetz to
Fox-1 too!
"TXG" <t@the-underground.myweb.nl> schreef in bericht
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