On 3/30/2012 5:02 PM, Nate Lawson wrote: > On Mar 30, 2012, at 12:37 PM, Ingo Korb wrote: > >> Ah, so you've been playing with hidden cards all the time and expected >> people to guess the answers you were looking for without all the >> information they need to find those answers? Nice. > Sorry, Jim should have given more background. No offense, but that is your opinion. I reserve the right to decide that on my own, and I disagree. I said I was confused by the ATNA circuit, that it appeared the long standing description that it simply "hurried-up" the clearing of DATA was not entirely correct, and I didn't understand why. What else is needed? Yes, the issue cropped up while playing around with ideas for uZoomFloppy, but I see no value in describing that which offers no insight into the issue at hand. This group is all about enabling/disabling features of the CBM environment, and seeing what happens (or why the feature was/is necessary). Why should it matter why I disabled the ATN Trap? I simply did, and the new behavior is sufficiently confusing to warrant a post here. And, if commercial gain over the resolution is of concern, rest assured the answer to this question helps things like uZF not at all. Whatever the reason, DATA is never pulled low, so understanding why won't make things like uZF work. Jim Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-03-31 00:00:12
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