The DirecT40 and the DirecT60 are based on the
same motherboard design, simply swapping out the socketed 68040 and
plugging in a 68060 results in an instant upgrade!
DirecT40 is a MC68040 33/66 MHz Atari TT clone. DirecT60 is a MC68060
60MHz Atari TT clone. DirecT40/T60 are housed in a PC style tower case
which allows for up to 5 - 5.25" devices and 3 - 3.5" internal drives.
This means that you will have plenty of room for SyQuest Drives, Tape
BackUps, CD Recorders and Players and any other device that would
require an open front drive bay plus you would still have room for up
to three hard drives!
The open architecture design of the motherboard allows for interfacing
with the low cost and readily available PC peripherals such as EIDE
hard disks, SCSI hard disks, DD, HD, ED floppy disks, PCI and/or ISA
ET4000 or Mach 64 graphics cards, SVGA/VGA Monitors, AT style
keyboards and more! Adding memory is as easy as popping in PS/2 SIMMS!
8 memory slots organized in 4 + 1 banks allow for expansion right up
to 1 Gigabyte! Hey, who needs a hard drive with a Gigabyte RAM disk!
All DirecT40/T60 enjoy the standard TT external ports, SCSI, Modem 1,
Modem 2, LAN, MIDI in and MIDI out. For those who need cartridge port
and ACSI (DMA) port we will be offering in the near future the
DirecT40/T60 Plus which has a full ST compatible I/O card.
Full size tower case with 6 - 5.25" open front bays (one is used for
floppy), 3 - 3.5" internal bays, 250 Watt power supply, Dual fan
ventilation system. CSA/UL approved.
Dimensions: 620mm (H) x 190mm (W) x 455mm (D) Weight 2.5 Kg.
Keyboard: AT 101 key.
Floppy: 1 with DD, HD and ED compatibility.
Hard Drive: Quantum 850 Mb EIDE Hard Drive.
Memory: 4 Mb minimum, expandible to 1 Gigabyte via 8 slots, 72 pin (PS/2) SIMM.
Video: ISA bus ET4000 graphics card with 1 Mb DRAM and NVDI ET4000 driver,
Resolution: 640 x 480 x 16.7 Million Colours, 800 x 600 x 65K,
1024 x 768 x 256 and 1280 x 1024 x 16 colours. (expandible to PCI bus ATI Mach 64 with up to 4 Mb VRAM.)
DirecT40 Technical data:
Processor: MC68040 33/66MHz
Processing Power: 29.5 MIPS
TT030 - 7 MIPS Factor Increase: over 4x's
Falcon030 - 3.74 MIPS Factor Increase: over 7x's
ST - 1 MIP?? Factor Increase: over 29x's
DirecT60 Technical data:
Processor: MC68060 60MHz
Processing Power: 120 MIPS
DirecT40 - 29.5 MIPS Factor Increase: over 4x's
TT030 - 7 MIPS Factor Increase: over 17x's
Falcon030 - 3.74 MIPS Factor Increase: over 32x's
ST - 1 MIP?? Factor Increase: over 120x's
MIPS is Millions of Instructions per second and is used to rate processing
power and speed.
4 PCI-bus slots
2 ISA-bus slots
1 VME-bus slot
1 EIDE (enhanced IDE) with max. 10MB/s for 2 devices
1 SCSI with max. 4MB/s for 1-7 devices (TT compatible)
1 floppy (DD/HD/ED) d.h. max 2.88MB
Modem 1 (25 pin Dsub-connector) with max. 19,200 baud
Modem 2 (9 pin Dsub-connector) with max. 250,000 baud
Local talk (8 pin Mini Din) with max. 250,000 baud
Printer 25 pin Dsub (TT/Falcon-compatible)
PC keyboard connector (standard)
mouse and joystick (Atari compatible)
The complete system, including medium height tower case, 68040
processor with FPU, 4MB RAM, 850Mb hard drive, floppy drive, graphics
card, PC-keyboard and mouse is $3799.99 Cdn. or $2739.99 US.
or less**. FOB Edmonton.
The complete system, including medium height tower case, 68040
processor with FPU, 4MB RAM, 850Mb hard drive, floppy drive, graphics
card, PC-keyboard and mouse is $4499.99 Cdn. or $3239.99 US. or
less**. FOB Edmonton.
** Please Note, since these machines use standard PC/IBM compatible
peripherals, due to market conditions on these parts the actual street
price will vary, usually downward as the trends on these parts are
following this path currently. Check with us for daily pricing.
Dealer enquiries are welcomed.
Other configurations are available on request! Every DirecT40/T60 is
custom built by Computer Direct. This allows us to build the system
that you want, not the system somebody wants to sell you!
DirecT40/T60 is fully compatible with all cleanly written GEM
applications that run on a stock TT. Software which accesses hardware
directly will not run. Some examples would be Warp 9 (VDI) and
Software which requires TT High, cartridge port and ACSI (DMA) port.
DirecT40/T60 Plus motherboards will overcome many of these problems
due to the integrated ST I/O card which contains the original Atari
Information, Ordering and Quotations:
Canada. T6H 1E6
The only Jaguar/Lynx magazine in the UK... the world?...
Produced bimonthly, Atari Entertainment is available by subscription
currently set at £10 a year - 6 issues - From:
PO Box 7
We are pleased to announce that Mike
Goodman, of Goodman International PD Library, has taken on the
mantle of organising some Atari Shows
Sponsored ST Format, the shows will take place in Birmingham and
London over the weekend of 28th and 29th September.
Saturday 28th September
Motor Cycle Museum
Sunday 29th September
Osterley Four Pillars Hotel
Both shows will run from 10am to 5pm with the usual £5 entrance
fee reduced to £3 for adults and £1 for children under 12
years accompanied by an adult.
The Falcon FacTT File boys will be ther on the Sunday, so pop over to
our little stand and say "Hi".
Who else will be there?
So far the following have announced they will be attending at least
one on the shows...
Goodmans PD - of course!
For more information, contact Mike on 01782-335650
Further to the news of the closure of COMPO
Softwear UK., Neal O'Nions has asked that the receivers address be
made known for anyone who might need it:
Midland Bank Chambers
62 High Street
Atari Portfolio Club
Paul Finch has started up a club for owners of the wonderful
Atari Portfolio pocket PC computer.
You will be able to read in his club disk, under CLUBNEWS about the
range of magazines, newsletters, old and NEW, with a mint of useful
information. Yes there is even currently a newsletter being produced
in the Czech Republic which is written in English. There is also a
copy of the club's HISTORY on disk.
For more information see Pauls letter in the AtariPhile Letter page
Mr Paul H Finch.16 Cedars Road, MORDEN, Surrey. SM4 5AB. England. UK.
Floppyshop are delighted to announce the
release of Positive Image, a high end image processing tool developed
primarily for the Atari TT and Falcon 030 but which also runs capably
on a standard ST. Positive Image has come about as a result of
extensive research into professional photographic image retouching
packages on non-Atari machines. The result is an image processing
studio, such as has never before been seen running on Atari computers!
Positive Image runs on any TOS based computer but is enhanced to take
full advantage of the improved hardware on the STE, TT and Falcon,
especially the DSP on the Falcon. The blitter (if present) is also
used to maximum effect. There are two versions of Positive Image, one
for 68000 based ST/e's the other for 68030 machines (including PAK
68/3 accelerated ST/e's and Apple Macintosh machines running MagiC
Mac). The basic 68000 version contains all the features of its big
brother, being limited only by the slower processor speed and lower
resolution displays. If your ST/e, TT or Falcon has a processor
accelerator or graphic card fitted, this too will be used to its
Positive Image is the ONLY GEM based image processing program to allow
the editing of 24-bit True Colour graphics on an ordinary ST in any
resolution (including low res!). A high spec system is not necessary
in order to run Positive Image, but the program will take full
advantage of the increased processing power if it is there! The
following is a list of the program's main features:-
Minimum requirements: 1 Meg of RAM only, 4 Meg of RAM (or more)
and a hard drive are recommended for serious use.
Supports all screen resolutions (including ST low res) on the
ST/e, TT and Falcon including overscan, all virtual screen drivers and
the various resolution boosters such as Autoswitch Overscan on the ST
and all known hardware and software resolution boosters on the Falcon
Compatible with all official releases of TOS (1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6,
1.62, 2.05, 2.06, 3.05, 3.06, 4.01, 4.02, 4.04) and the developer
version of 4.92.
Fully compatible with GDOS 1.1, AMC GDOS, FontGDOS, FSM GDOS,
SpeedoGDOS v4, SpeedoGDOS v5, NVDI 3 and NVDI 4 with regard to both
font and printer support.
Compliant with all 100% GEM compatible graphics cards.
Fully compatible with MagiC Mac.
Fully compatible with Gemulator 4.
Supplied in two versions for the different models in the Atari
range. The basic program runs on any Atari and the 68030 version runs
on any 68030 or 68040 based TOS compatible system and takes advantage
of the DSP in the Falcon.
Fully compatible with MultiTOS, Geneva and MagiC 3 or 4.
Supports extended AES messages from MultiTOS, WinX, Geneva and
MagiC 3 or 4.
Supports the Xacc and AV protocols for sending messages between
Support for MultiTOS and MagiC 3 and 4's drag and drop protocol
whereby a group of images are dragged onto an open window and are all
loaded in a single operation.
Extensive file support allows the following graphic formats to be
imported: AIM, Degas, Windows and OS/2 Bitmap, EZ-Art Pro, IFF
(including Deluxe Paint ST, standard HAM, high res HAM, HAM6, HAM8,
HAM12 and 24-bit HAM), IMG (including HyperPaint X-IMG and
conventional X-IMG), InShape, Imagelab, JPEG, MTV Raytrace, NeoChrome,
PC Paintbrush, Photochrome, Portable Network Graphic (PNG), Prism
Paint, True Paint, Spectrum 512 (both 50hz and 60hz pictures),
TrueVision Targa, TIFF v6 (including CCITT fax and JPEG support) and
Saves out in most popular formats including TIFF, BMP, JPG, PNG,
TGA, XIMG, EZA, P?1 and NEO amongst others.
Full support for true (i.e. non paletted) 256 level Greyscales,
fully preserving the colour depth. These are even supported for image
formats which do not ordinarily handle this type of image!
Comprehensive file information (filename, format, compression
method, dimensions, memory required, memory free) given when loading
Handles conversions between monochrome, 16 colour, 256 colour,
Greyscale and True Colour, performing colour quantisation or palette
boosting as necessary.
Colour selection compliant with both RGB and CMY standards.
Supports separate editing of the red, green, blue and mask
channels with colour images.
Subject to memory and/or available hard drive space, an UNDO
buffer is available at all times, allowing 'mistakes' to be reversed
easily. UNDO works for almost all operations in Positive Image.
All images are stored internally in 24-bit format and all
operations are carried out on the 24-bit representation held in
memory. This ensures that the same quality results are obtained
whether pictures are edited in monochrome or True Colour.
Near-instantaneous screen redraws in True Colour mode.
Images can be intelligently rescaled and anti-aliased to suit the
size of your paper (or the dimensions of your choice provided they do
not exceed that of your paper!). Realistically you can print out an
image at up to 400% of its original size at 300dpi without any
noticeable loss of quality.
Optionally uses windowed dialogues which may be moved to a more
convenient location when work is being obscured. Access to the menu
bar or other GEM applications is also supported when running under
MultiTOS with this feature enabled.
Multiple dialogues can be open at the same time and you can move
between them freely, even under single-tasking TOS. In fact different
tools can be active for different images and Positive Image always
remembers the currently selected tool for the appropriate image!
Includes its own virtual memory feature which runs on any Atari
with a hard drive. Positive Image is also fully compatible with TT
Fast RAM and virtual memory drivers on the TT and Falcon such as
Supports multiple loading of up to five images at once from the
Selectric file selector and inserts the filemasks for supported
formats into Selectric's list of masks. These features are also
available to users of the Freedom file selector.
Makes use of the GEM Clipboard for cutting and pasting of blocks.
Allows you to specify your Clipboard directory and creates a
Clipboard for you if you don't already have one.
Retains multiple blocks in the Clipboard to facilitate easier
creating of montages.
Clipboard support includes the ability to clear all blocks or
delete individual blocks after use.
Support for Brainstorm's DSP based JPEG decoder on the Falcon.
Standard GEM compliant keyboard shortcuts for all menu options.
Iconification of images to maximise desk space.
All your preferred settings can be saved as default to save
valuable time when next using the package.
Floating toolbar with short tool descriptions being displayed
(except in 40 column modes) as you hover over their icons.
GDOS fonts may be unloaded when not in use, in order to save
All the common text attributes such as bold, italic, underline and
outline may be applied to your text and previewed on screen before
Powerful block handling features include the choice of 11
different overlay methods with user definable transparency feature.
The ability to use any of the RGB channels of the block or image
as a mask channel when pasting blocks.
Supports the creation of 3D random dot stereograms and foreground
Sixteen zoom levels allow you to scale an image up or down to a
maximum factor of eight. When zoomed (in or out), blocks, brushes etc
are all scaled accordingly. Outsize images can be zoomed out to view
the entire image for pasting blocks or defining localised regions for
processing. Zooming in allows fine editing right down to individual
Fully illustrated in-depth 136 page manual which covers not only
the use of Positive Image itself but also the fundamentals of image
processing. Includes extensive cross-referencing, a glossary of over
250 terms used within the manual, a guide to the various graphic file
formats and a handy trouble-shooting section. Written by a former
regular contributor to several popular Atari magazines.
Falcon Specific Features
3D graphic interface.
Compatible with 32Mhz and 40 Mhz accelerators (including
Fast DSP code handles most processor intensive operations such as
re-scaling, rotating, filtering, dithering and such like.
Works on both VGA and RGB monitors as well as ordinary TV sets.
Fully compatible with ScreenBlaster BlowUp030 and other resolution
Fully supports printing from any version of GDOS or SpeedoGDOS.
Also includes its own printer drivers as an alternative to those
available with the various GDOS versions.
Non-GDOS based printer support includes all 9-pin and 24-pin Epson
and IBM models, HP DeskJet (colour and mono), HP LaserJet, IBM
ProPrinter, Epson Stylus (mono and colour) and Postscript printers.
Supports half-toning, random dithering, clumped (the method used
by newspapers) and Floyd-Steinberg dithering as options to use when
Uses data compression when printing to HP Laserjets and Deskjets
to reduce printing time.
Images can be printed to disk if memory is low. These files can
then be double-clicked from the GEM Desktop and sent directly to the
printer. They can also be printed out from PC, Mac and Unix machines
if you transfer them via a PC formatted disk.
Can export images in PostScript format.
Image Processing Features
All the usual tools such as Brightness/Contrast, Contrast Stretch,
Negate, Threshold, Histogram and Equalise are present as well as many
revolutionary new ones.
Images can be rotated to any angle in either a clockwise or anti-
clockwise direction to an accuracy of one degree. Uses DSP on the
Real-time mirroring of images.
Comes supplied with six commonly used image processing filters
(including smooth, sharpen and remove noise) built-in.
Allows the user to create his/her own external filters for use
with Positive Image. The package includes about a dozen useful
pre-defined external filters including Blur, Emboss, Erode and
Supports 256 level (8-bit) masking. Includes a configurable
gradient mask tool which allows you to create your own masks.
Allows processing of user defined rectangular, circular,
elliptical and bezier area definitions within Greyscale and True
Colour images without affecting other areas of the image.
Powerful auto-trace tool supports user-defined tolerance level to
allow easy selection of multi-coloured areas of similar RGB value eg;
could be used to select a sky background.
Pixel precise area selection of any shape supported by use of
Alpha Channel handling.
Image warping (two different implementations supported) and
shearing enable life-like twisting and distorting of images. The
closest you'll get to morphing on a non-frame based package. You must
see these features to believe them! They are fully operational in the
Supports gamma correction of images for screen and/or printer.
Image Retouching Features
Besides having a powerful compliment of image processing tools,
Positive Image includes a number of localised retouching tools with
user definable brush size and shape. These are for the main part,
similar in concept to those found in any standard graphics package,
but further enhanced to fully exploit the image processing
capabilities of Positive Image. The retouching tools are as follows:-
Sharpen/Blur - A dual purpose tool which applies a local high pass
sharpen (or blur) filter to the pixel beneath the mouse.
Dodge/Burn - A dual purpose tool which lightens or darkens each
pixel in the area beneath the mouse, when used on Greyscale or True
Eraser - Erases any given area with the eraser adopting the size
of the currently selected brush.
Fill - A standard fill tool as found in most graphics packages but
with user control over opacity, fade and strength.
Spraycan - A traditional airbrush tool with the added advantage
that you can set opacity, fade and strength to suit.
Paint - A standard painting tool which applies your chosen colour
to the image relative to the size and shape of your selected brush.
Pencil - Identical to paint except that it always works at single
pixel level, regardless of the size of the brush.
Rubber Stamp - A multi-purpose cloning tool.
Full user configurability of all image processing tools allowing
you to set the Opacity, Fade and Strength to make them work like
All retouching tools may be used in Positive Image's variable zoom
mode to ensure pixel precise accuracy,
Positive Image is available NOW. It normally costs £79 (UK
Pounds) + P&P, but you can order your copy at a special introductory
price of just £65.00 + P&P (UK 2 pounds, Europe 5 pounds, rest of
world 10 pounds) for a limited period only. Overseas customers please
check to see if we have a distributor in your country. If not, please
note (when ordering from Floppyshop) that payment must be made in UK
currency (Eurocheque, Post Giro, International Money Order or a cheque
drawn on a UK bank). To be honest, you will probably find it easiest
to pay by credit card.
Contact:- Floppyshop, PO Box 273, Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K. AB15 8GJ.
Tel:\Fax: 01224 586208, International +44 (0)1224 586208
Positive Image Distributors
SWEDEN, NORWAY, FINLAND, ESTONIA, LATVIA and LITHUANIA
Falcon Pro Center,
Vaederlekstorget 12, S-418 32 Gothenburg, Sweden.
Atari ST Computerclub Nederland (ACN),
Postbus 5011, 2000 CA Haarlem, The Netherlands.
10338-59 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. T6H 1E6
UK, IRELAND and all other territories
PO Box 273, Aberdeen, AB15 8GJ, Scotland, U.K.
ROAD RIOT 4WD
From 16/32 comes another Falcon game. ROAD
RIOT 4WD is now released.
A nice racing game featuring 4 WD buggies, 11 tracks and 11 opponents,
such as Aunt Artic and Cha Cha Macready you have the chance to become
the new World Series Champion. Cost is £24 (UK pounds)
You can also get this game from
Systems For Tomorrow in the good old USA
Computer Direct in Canada
Frontier in France
WBW in Germany
More details available in the UK from:
173 High Street
Kent ME2 4TW
TEL 01634 710788
FAX 01634 295895
Phil Hodgkins, author of Stoop, the Falcon
boot up manager has ceased its development and given it PD status.
He explained that it was eating into his own free time, and since the
mother board on his Falcon broke down has not been able to contiue
As soon as his Falcon is fixed he'll release the code to anyone
interested in developing the program further.
As you may or may not know Stoop needs a key code and Phil has asked
us to publish his:
Titan Design News
Plenty of news from Titan Design and BSS
Black Scorpion's new hardware 's new hardware
accelerator, Nemesis, is making great progress and should be ready to
ship towards the end of June. nemesis has been designed specifically
to support the entire APEX range of software programs, i.e. Media,
Intro, and the forthcoming APEX 3 and APEX Audio.
has not been finalised, we expect it to be no more than £39.95
(incl. VAT & carriage) to existing APEX Media/Intro users. Non-APEX
users can expect to pay a further £10.00. The price has risen by
£10.00 due to an extra Clock Oscillator being included into the
design (switchable up to 48MHz) to ensure total compatibility with all
properly written Atari software.
Bus - 24MHz - faster than most other accelerators and enables
APEX 3 to achieve 640x480 (or higher), true-colour, non-interlaced on
a VGA monitor. The higher Bus speed should also allow Expose' frame
rates of 25fps at 256x160!
CPU - 24MHz - a lower CPU speed ensures total reliability.
Exceeding 32MHz can prove unreliable in any case.
FPU - switchable between 24MHz and 48MHz - to ensure
compatibility with different processors, i.e. FPUs rated at 16MHz may
not 'take the strain'. DSP - 48MHz - much more important to APEX than
CPU speed, as all versions of APEX are mainly machine-coded for the
As you can see we have concentrated on reliability and have still
managed to produce an accelerator which exceeds the specification of
many of its competitors and, in addition, achieves a price which makes
it totally affordable to anyone!
from Titan Designs Ltd
TITAN DESIGNS have recently been appointed as the official UK
distributor for the Afterburner040 Falcon accelerator.
The Afterburner040 can be supplied with either a 68LC040 or full
68RC040 processor. The main difference between the 'LC' and 'RC'
versions is that the higher spec processor comes with an internal
68882 maths co-processor.
PRICES (for the UK, incl. VAT & carriage)
68LC040 - £449.00
68RC040 - £539.00
Afterburner040 gives an enormous increase in sheer processing power
and is very compatible with a wide range of software - existing APEX
Media/Intro users can also upgrade free of charge to v2.2 for an
amended version of the when they purchase an Afterburner040.
Black Scorpion Software, in conjunction with Titan Designs, will also
be evaluating the possibility of running both the NEMESIS accelerator
WITH the AFTERBURNER to increase the CPU, Bus and DSP speeds even
AFTERBURNER TECH SPEC
Motorola 68040 or 68LC040 CPU producing 32/64MHz
Two 72-pin SIMM sockets for optional memory expansion up to 128MB Fast-RAM
Falcon Bus throughport for Expose, Screeneye, FalconSpeed, etc.
Although a larger case will be required, Titan Designs will also be
handling the new C-Lab Falcon Mk.X case upgrades which are ideal for
use with the Afterburner040. More details on the Mk.X case upgrades
New lower prices on memory is making that Falcon upgrade an even more
realistic proposition. All prices quoted are for 72-pin, 70ns (or
faster) devices, which are fully compatible with Afterburner, and
incl. VAT & carriage.
4MB - £65.00
8MB - £129.00
16MB - £249.00
Falcon 14MB upgrade board - £39.95
This means, of course, that a 16MB upgrade for the Falcon is now well
below £300! But, as an added incentive, we will supply both 16MB
SIMM and the Falcon upgrade board for only £279.00.
NEW - 28.8K MODEMS!
Titan Designs are spreading the Web! We can now supply 28.8Kbps modems
with full BABT and CE approval, and compatible with the Atari, for
If your pocket doesn't stretch this far, then we can supply a 14.4Kbps
modem (again with BABT & CE approval) for a mere £109.00.
NEW DRIVE PRICE
SyQuest have recently announced a price drop for their EZ135 drives to
only £129.00!!! This price includes VAT, but not carriage which is a
As before the complete kit includes the drive itself, one 135MB
cartridge, 50-way to 50-way Centronics cable (or 25-way D to 50-way
Centronics), SCSI terminator, power supply and manuals for Mac and PC.
Normal Atari HD software is all that's needed to get the drive up and
An optional Falcon cable is an additional £17.50.
Extra cartridges are £17.50 each.
Gribnif in the UK
Titan Designs are pleased to announce that they have successfully negotiated
with Dan Wilga of Gribnif Software whereby we will be distributing virtually
all of their products into the UK - six major products with three support
Brian Stanton has agreed to handle any technical enquiries through Cix
topic(s) which will be situated within our own TITAN titan.bss
conference. In addition, personal mail can be addressed directly to
Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will now be co-modding
our Cix conference with Martyn Dryden.
For all sales and general enquiries, please contact Titan Designs.
Users without a modem or e-mail support can forward technical
enquiries to Titan Designs directly.
The following products will be available, with all prices quoted in UK
pounds and including VAT and carriage.
GENEVA v1.04 - £59.95
Fast, fully featured and reliable multitasking OS for any Atari
ST/TT/Falcon. Absolutely magic!
GENEVA Utilities Disk - £12.95
NEODESK 4 (v4.05) - £59.95
The latest incarnation of the most popular replacement Desktop for the
Atari computer. An ease to use!
STENO v2.12 - £24.95
Superb text editor that operates as a Desk ACCessory - ideal for
operation from within virtually any program and an ideal working
partner for STalker.
STALKER 3 (v3.05) - £39.95
Excellent Communications program. Background Z-modem transfer amongst
many other great features.
CONVECTOR PRO v1.00J - £79.00
Fast and easy to use autotracing program. A perfect support program for Arabesque Pro and DTP programs.
ARABESQUE PRO v2.15 - £119.00
The best all-round vector and bitmap editing/creation program for the
TITAN & BLACK SCORPION WEB SITES
Coming soon on a monitor near you! Watch this space! Full product
details on just about anything computer related, downloadable demo
files, snazzy graphics, worldwide distribution details and, more
importantly, fully compatible with CAB!
If you have any queries contact David Encill (for Titan Designs or
Black Scorpion Software) on:
Tel: +44 (0)121-693 6669
Fax: +44 (0)121-414 1630
6 Witherford Way
Birmingham B29 4AX
Wessex Atari Group
Four Atari owners in the South of England
have started a new user group. Mick Locl, Roy Goring, Chris Smith and
Al Baker have launched the Wessex Atari Group.
The groups aim is to encourage Atari owners in the South of England to
help each other. To this end they will hold regular meetings, produce
a Newsletter and have a WWW presents [URL expected soon - FFF]
The next meeting will be held in Whitchurch, Hampshire on Friday 26th
July at 20:00 hours. The theme will be a 'blast from the past'...
Brendon O'Neil will do a presentation on Atari 8-bit.
For info on membership and meeting venue contact Roy Goring on
01705-611847, Email email@example.com