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High density drives on the Atari ST
This document outlines the steps necessary to connect a PC High Density drive to the ST. It will allow somebody with a basic understanding and experience of electronics and the ST to go ahead and ...

Benchmarking Atari ST Personal Pascal versus IBM PC AT Turbo Pascal
As soon as I purchased Personal Pascal (V1.01) for my 1040 ST, I ran some simple benchmarks on it against our IBM PC AT at my office. Our AT is equipped with a speed-switcher to increase the clock...

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How to use of The Gnome Services' Analyser utility
An interesting little article that gives a few tips on custom formatting and the like. It relates to the use of The Gnome Services' Analyser utility ... but there are plenty of ST utilities th...

SECRETS OF GENEVA - PART 1
SECRETS OF GENEVA PART 1 Tips, tricks and things that should be obvious but may not be in getting the most of of Gribnif's amazing Geneva, the multitasking environment for Atari ST, TT and F...
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High density drives on the Atari ST
by atari
19 Jul 2021
This document outlines the steps necessary to connect a PC High Density drive to the ST. It will allow somebody with a basic understanding and experience of electronics and the ST to go ahead and do the mods but it is not a step by step set of instructions. The upgrade is not difficult but you will need some knowledge of electronics and the inside of your ST. Think about it carefully because you're on your own if it goes wrong. CONNECTING THE DRIVE Connecting a standard 1.44 MB drive to your ST is not a problem. You will simply need to buy an HD drive and put it in the place of your internal drive. The problem? Well it will...
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Benchmarking Atari ST Personal Pascal versus IBM PC AT Turbo Pascal
by atari
19 Jul 2021
As soon as I purchased Personal Pascal (V1.01) for my 1040 ST, I ran some simple benchmarks on it against our IBM PC AT at my office. Our AT is equipped with a speed-switcher to increase the clock rate from the normal 6 MHz to 8MHz. Since this is a fairly common item, and because newer ATs are set up to run at 8 MHz, I included these times in the test as well. All tests on the PC AT were run in Borland Turbo Pascal (Version 3.01), the de facto standard for MS-DOS Pascal. Because Turbo Pascal defaults are for range, pointer, and debugging checking turned off, they were turned off for the Personal Pascal versions as well. Times on the AT w...
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How to use of The Gnome Services' Analyser utility
by atari
18 Jul 2021
An interesting little article that gives a few tips on custom formatting and the like. It relates to the use of The Gnome Services' Analyser utility ... but there are plenty of ST utilities that can do the sort of things discussed here. This section has nothing to do with "yer actual software piracy", but might prove interesting for the budding hacker ..... If by now you've used the Analyser on a few Games disks, because they seem to be the ones with the most aggro for honest hackers, I bet you're puzzled at some of what you've seen. Well, without giving away any secrets, no specific disks, etc, let's just talk a bit...
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SECRETS OF GENEVA - PART 1
by atari
17 Jul 2021
SECRETS OF GENEVA PART 1 Tips, tricks and things that should be obvious but may not be in getting the most of of Gribnif's amazing Geneva, the multitasking environment for Atari ST, TT and Falcon computers BY AL FASOLDT ------------------------- Technology Writer, Syracuse Newspapers and Newhouse News Service Systems Editor, the Herald-Journal, the Herald American and the Post-Standard Syracuse, New York Copyright (C) 1994 by Al Fasoldt. All rights reserved. Version date: January 24, 1994. NOTE: This can be reproduced in electronic form without permission of the author only if the entire document remains intact...
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An Input/OUTPUT Port for the Cartridge Slot of the 520ST
By Douglas P. B. Renaux - Feb 27, 1986
by atari
17 Jul 2021
This document describes the hardware and software of a 8 lines input/16 lines output port. The circuitry is connected to the Cartridge Slot of the ATARI 520 ST. IMPORTANT!!! - INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT CAN BE FREELY USED AND COPIED. HOWEVER, NO CHANGES CAN BE MADE TO IT WITHOUT CONSULTING THE AUTHOR FIRST, NOR THE AUTHOR'S NAME CAN BE OMITTED IN THE COPIES. Foreword Although the Cartridge Slot is intended for data input, specifically from a ROM, it can be used as an output port. To substitute the READ/WRITE line, that is not available on the slot, I used a WRITE ENABLE LATCH. This latch is set by READING ...
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Atari Binary Transfer Format ("ABTF") Standard Proposal
by atari
17 Jul 2021
Atari Binary Transfer Format ("ABTF") Standard Proposal Russ Wetmore [76703,2010] 30 Nov 1985 Modified 15 Jun 85: Added suggested file naming conventions & fixed errors. 30 Nov 85: Clarified ST-specific parameters SOME BACKGROUND INFORMATION: THIS PROPOSAL IS BASED ON A SIMILAR ONE MADE BY DENNIS BROTHERS, CALLED "MACBINARY." (I.E. I lifted whole sections from it. Most, if not all, of the credit should lie with Dennis, and Mike Boich and Martin Haeberli, whose MacTerminal program provided the basis for this standard. Dennis' proposal is available in the Macintosh Users SIG (G PCS-23) if you want to compare them...
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Atari STE Hardware documentation
by atari
17 Jul 2021
Atari STE Hardware documentation, taken from the developer information, and altered to correspond more to observed facts than the original documentation. INTRODUCTION TO THE STE The Atari STE is an enhanced version of the ST with the following changes: GRAPHICS The colour palette has been expanded to 4096 colours from 512. Support for Vertical and Horizontal scrolling has been added to the hardware. SOUND Stereo 8-bit DMA sound has been added to the system along with volume and tone control. CONTROLLERS New controllers ports have been added to allow keypad type joysticks, analog ...
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Dungeon Master: Chaos Strikes Back
by atari
17 Jul 2021
NOTICE: This article originally appeared in the February issue of Atari Interface Magazine and may be freely distributed or reprinted in non-profit User Group publications as long as the article's author and Atari Interface Magazine are credited AND this notice is reprinted with the article. All other publications must obtain written permission from Unicorn Publications, 3487 Braeburn Circle, Ann Arbor, MI 48108, Phone: (313) 973-8825 before using this article. Chaos Strikes Back from FTL by Bob Retelle (MACE) Well, Dungeon Master fans, it's finally here ... the long awaited sequel to the most popular computer gam...
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Inside the STE Part1 - Introducing the STE
Copyright c.1991 A Greenwood
by atari
17 Jul 2021
There is little doubt that Atari's STE is a significant improvement to the successful ST range, but many people are still unsure as to what this relatively new machine has to offer. As an introduction to a series of articles on programming the STE, this article explains just what Atari have added. Further articles will explain the tricks and techniques needed to program these extra features, with documented 68000 source code for example programs and STE utilities. Overall, Atari made improvements in seven main areas on the STE: A new version of TOS, version 1.6 or 1.62 The addition of the Blitter chip previo...
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NEOchrome for Atari
by atari
17 Jul 2021
Introduction NEOchrome is a painting program for the low resolution mode of the Atari 520ST personal computer system. NEOchrome uses many of the features of the ST's GEM system. With NEOchrome you can create colorful full-screen pictures and save them to disk for use in other programs or with the NEOchrome slide show program (SLIDENEO.PRG). Terms Used When we use the word SELECT, click the left mouse button once while pointing at a specified object on the screen. RIGHT SELECT indicates that you should click the right button once. DRAG indicates that you hold down the left button and slide the mouse, while RIGHT...
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