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  • Programmers' Forum - #21 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Sep 10, 2017, 11:08 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Programmers' Forum - #20 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Sep 10, 2017, 11:05 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Harlekin 3 - The Manual I was fortunate to find a pristine boxed copy of Harlekin 3.20 with manual. I have scanned the manual and it's available for download along with a copy of the program itself here.I am still looking for Harlekin 95. If you have a copy for sale contact me please.
    Posted Sep 2, 2017, 4:33 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Inside the TT - ST Applications - Issue 20
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  • Programmers' Forum - #19 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Aug 10, 2017, 10:41 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Programmers' Forum - #18 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Aug 10, 2017, 10:37 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Overscan - A Cheap Graphics Upgrade Here are two articles on how to increase the resolution on your Atari ST and Mega ST (STE and Mega STE are exempt).Atarian Computing has produced a small batch of LaceScan PCBs based on Ulf Ronald Andersson's design. They work with his software and all documentation in the software package applies to our upgrade as well. You can find our version of LaceScan here and the software package is available here.Autoswitch Overscan - ST Applications - Issue 6Bigger and Better: Autoswitch Overscan - Atari ST Review - Issue 13Scans used with permission from http://www.chillichai.com/atari-st-reviewScans used with permission from http://www.chillichai.com/atari-st-review
    Posted Jul 31, 2017, 2:55 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Programmers' Forum - #17 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Jul 15, 2017, 2:41 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Programmers' Forum - #16 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Jul 15, 2017, 2:38 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski
  • Programmers' Forum - #15 Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.
    Posted Jul 8, 2017, 1:37 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski
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Programmers' Forum - #21

posted Sep 10, 2017, 11:08 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.


Programmers' Forum - #20

posted Sep 10, 2017, 11:05 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.


Harlekin 3 - The Manual

posted Sep 2, 2017, 4:33 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski

I was fortunate to find a pristine boxed copy of Harlekin 3.20 with manual. I have scanned the manual and it's available for download along with a copy of the program itself here.

I am still looking for Harlekin 95. If you have a copy for sale contact me please.


Inside the TT - ST Applications - Issue 20

posted Aug 10, 2017, 10:45 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski   [ updated Aug 10, 2017, 10:45 PM ]


Programmers' Forum - #19

posted Aug 10, 2017, 10:41 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.


Programmers' Forum - #18

posted Aug 10, 2017, 10:37 PM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.


Overscan - A Cheap Graphics Upgrade

posted Jul 31, 2017, 1:44 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski   [ updated Jul 31, 2017, 2:55 AM ]

Here are two articles on how to increase the resolution on your Atari ST and Mega ST (STE and Mega STE are exempt).

Atarian Computing has produced a small batch of LaceScan PCBs based on Ulf Ronald Andersson's design. They work with his software and all documentation in the software package applies to our upgrade as well. You can find our version of LaceScan here and the software package is available here.

Autoswitch Overscan - ST Applications - Issue 6


Bigger and Better: Autoswitch Overscan - Atari ST Review - Issue 13

Scans used with permission from http://www.chillichai.com/atari-st-review
Scans used with permission from http://www.chillichai.com/atari-st-review

Programmers' Forum - #17

posted Jul 15, 2017, 2:41 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.

Programmers' Forum - #16

posted Jul 15, 2017, 2:38 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.

Programmers' Forum - #15

posted Jul 8, 2017, 1:37 AM by Joshua Kaijankoski

Programmers' Forum was a regular monthly column in the ST Applications magazine, starting with Issue 2. This edition of Programmers' Forum is available as an OCR'd PDF here.

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