JozeffTech
JozeffTech
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21st July
21st July
This SSD is capable of holding, reading and modifying any bit of its 245760 bits. Fast and easy to use! Give credit if you use it, though.
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  • JozeffTech
    JozeffTech
    28th July
    Yes. And not just a thing that only dedicated professionals can understand, but an actual PC everyone can use.
  • DadOfKnZahid
    DadOfKnZahid
    28th July
    Yeah...you will make a computer,JozeffTech?
  • JozeffTech
    JozeffTech
    28th July
    Well, I'm glad they finally overcame licensing challenge, but I hope that they would do something more than just porting it, and add some sort of unusual bonus, like 3D museum hub from Sonic Jam.By the way, S3&K and both parts of Adventure are my favourite.
  • AwesomeGodzilla12
    AwesomeGodzilla12
    28th July
    this is offtopic, but it's good to see a sonic fan. what do you think about the upcoming S3&K re-release?
  • JozeffTech
    JozeffTech
    28th July
    What? You perfectly explained how to use it, I'm glad at least someone understood.
  • The_Chronos
    The_Chronos
    28th July
    JozeefTech: !
  • TNTZERO
    TNTZERO
    28th July
    JozeffTech:
  • TNTZERO
    TNTZERO
    28th July
    JozeffTech: JozeffTech:
  • The_Chronos
    The_Chronos
    28th July
    To write 0 to the current location i.e. to erase the data, spark the Erase pin. To write data to the current location you must first set a ctype value to the Data In port, then you spark Write and the current location value is overwritten by the one you've entered. Move Right/Left moves the ENTIRE FILT field right/left by one pixel. Move Up moves the ENTIRE FILT field DOWN so the current location is one pixel higher. Move Down does it in the opposite direction.
  • The_Chronos
    The_Chronos
    28th July
    To really observe what's going on there, you will need to place a DTEC right next to the Data In line, then skip one pixel and place a FILT. Use PROP tool to edit ctype of the FILT pixel you placed. The DTEC will copy the FILT pixel's ctype over the Data In wire. The current data location is always at the top left of the FILT field.