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Capture Screenshots on Your Apple IIgs with PNG Floyd
In 2005, Kelvin Sherlock released PNG Floyd, a CDA that captures Apple IIgs screenshots and saves them in the standard Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format. PNG is an open, extensible image format viewable by just about every modern graphics application.
Posted by Vectronic on 5/30/2006 in Apple II Software





Vectronic’s Basement
All the classic software we can give out for free is located in the Basement.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2006 in Apple II Software





Apple II Screensaver
The program listed below is a screen saver that generates random vertical and horizontal lines in low-resolution mode. The lines don’t just appear on the screen. They drag slowly across the screen from one side to the other. The program could also be described as a pattern generator. Pressing the spacebar will clear the screen and quit the screen saver. The program makes use of a pseudo random number generator built into Applesoft BASIC. RND is a function that seems to pick numbers at random.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software





Applesoft BASIC Paint Program
Listed below is the code for a simple paint program I put together using Applesoft BASIC and the low-resolution graphics built into the Apple IIe. The paint program allows you to draw low-resolution pictures on the screen in 14 different colors.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software





DOS 3.3 and ProDOS Guide
Complete guide to using DOS 3.3 or ProDOS in your Apple II computer.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software





How to Convert Disk Images Back to Apple II Floppies
The following information pertains to the Apple II, II Plus, IIe, IIc, and IIgs computers. This is a must read for anyone frustrated by the lack of software commercially available for the venerable Apple II. Three primary file types are discussed: ShrinkIt files, binscii encoded files, and disk images.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software





Pong, Apple II Style
Applesoft BASIC is a versatile language. It is possible to design simple games using low-resolution graphics. You won’t be winning any awards for graphics but it is an interesting way to spend an afternoon. Listed below is a Pong program I designed. It uses the up arrow and down arrow to control the paddle (vertical orange line). It is a Pong-type game very similar to swash.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software





S.A.M. - Software Automated Mouth
Before Steve Jobs introduced the talking Macintosh in 1984, there was Software Automated Mouth and the Apple II computer. This program allows you to give speech to text on an Apple IIe computer.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software





View GIFs on Your Apple II with ][ Gif 1.0
Here is a cool program called ][ GIF, version 1.0, by Jason Harper. The program makes it possible to view a GIF on an Apple IIe. The Apple IIe doesn’t have much graphical capabilities compared to modern computers but in its time, it was a quantum leap above many of its competitors.
Posted by Vectronic on 1/1/2003 in Apple II Software






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