Monthly Archives: January 2017

Restoring color RAM data

Following my recent fix of a ¬†crack-intro I was asked by a couple of people how to go about restoring missing color RAM data? The short answer to that is: that’s easy if you have the right tools ūüôā Now … Continue reading

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One day I’ll get them all fixed and release an updated version

I was looking at Level 6 design files for LN2 this evening when I spotted that there’s also another design issue at this level. This is the room where the rope can be collected.¬†Have a look at the table right … Continue reading

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Crack intro fixing

The Commodore 64 crack intro I fixed today is connected to one of the crack intros I like the most (the one that was¬†written by Roy of Dynamix for North East Importers). The intro I fixed was written by Radar … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC Touchscreen?

As I received a few requests to produce more DC2N5-LC devices I’ll state my point¬†here: to start with I am unable to¬†buy additional displays at a reasonable price. Secondly, I haven’t got the time to build these devices. However, there … Continue reading

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C2NEmu GUI client progress

I finally had some time and inclination to progress the C2NEmu GUI client and add most playback related features, including Play/Resume, Pause, and¬†Stop button¬†callbacks. In the above image¬†“Real Stunt Expert” was fully played back in under 2 minutes as indicated … Continue reading

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Donate page created

I¬†was asked a few times whether there’s a way to¬†donate me some money for my work, especially¬†after I implement change requests to my software as requested by its users. Historically I have dismissed the topic, but I’ve recently received multiple … Continue reading

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Change request for DC2N5-LC implemented

The other day Nuno¬†suggested showing¬†some version information in DC2N5-LC,¬†and I agree that’s something that would be beneficial. Along with the version number I am now also displaying the system date and time,¬†after a time synchronisation file has been read in, … Continue reading

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Latest DC2N4-LC GUI clients tested successfully

After having worked out a simple way to expose additional dumping modes in DC2N4-LC GUI clients, as it was already occurring in CLI clients, I implemented the relevant changes. Over the weekend¬†I finally managed to run a few tests.¬†I am … Continue reading

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SysTick with STM32CubeMX

OK, so it appears that with projects generated through STM32CubeMX the place where to insert custom SysTick code is not within the HAL, but in one of the auto-generated “User” files, stm32f1xx_it.c. This file contains the definition of active IRQ … Continue reading

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Bonus content for STM32F10x standard peripheral library added to GitHub

UPDATE: I decided to delete the GitHub repository discussed below as¬†the components therein are bound to different licensing agreements that I am not sure I can satisfy all at once. As a matter of fact, I think ST Microelectronics are … Continue reading

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