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Graphics Part III

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-19

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-19a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-19b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPD Name:  GIF Graphics 01Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-19Bootable? NOT BootableThis disk contains a number of Apple /// FOTO files that were originally uploaded to the WAP TCS as GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files. Here's what you'll find on this disk: SIDE ONE                               SIDE TWO APPLE.LOGO                             BUGS.BUNNY ASTRONAUTS                             CAPITOL BANANA.JR                              CHEETAH BEAUTY                                 CLOWN BLASTOFF                               COLT BLOND                                  DISNEY.CHAN BOB.HOPE                               DONALD.DUCK BRICK                                  DRAGONNOTES:All these graphics files were converted from GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files ( the GIF format is (c) CompuServe ) using an Apple // program called IIGIF.  It is available on WAP /// SIG disk 3EMM.08, A2.BOOT.  Having converted the GIF files (all originally downloaded from the WAP PD Library by John Ruffatto) to 33 block Double HiRes Black and White format binary files, they were either converted from Binary to Foto directly with OnThree's  Communications Manager or by pulling them into Graphics Manager and then saving them back to disk (Com Manager and Graphics Manager are both available from On Three).You can pull any of these 33 block FOTO files into Graphics Manager, Draw On Three, Sketchpad or other Apple /// graphics program and work with them as you would any other graphics file (But you will see a big difference).  However Menu.Maker does not seem to want to display them, nor does the Slideshow Program.  Any solutions to that are welcome.These disks are an effort to continue making updated programs and files available to Apple /// enthusiasts.  We hope you enjoy them!July 7, 1990August 24, 1995

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-20

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-20a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-20b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS Name: GIF Graphics 2Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-20Bootable? NOT BootableThis disk contains a number of Apple /// FOTO files that were originallyuploaded to the WAP TCS as GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files. Here's what you'll find on this disk:SIDE ONE                        SIDE TWO DUCK                           JUNGLEY EAGLE                          MICKEY EMERALD                        MODEL FROG                           MT.HOOD HAIR                           MTV HOUSE                          NEW.KIDS INCREDIBLE                     NIGHT.GAZER INDIAN                         P38NOTES:All these graphics files were converted from GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files ( the GIF format is (c) CompuServe ) using an Apple // program called IIGIF.  It is available on WAP /// SIG disk 3EMM.08, A2.BOOT.  Having converted the GIF files (all originally downloaded from the WAP PD Library by John Ruffatto) to 33 block Double HiRes Black and White format binary files, they were either converted from Binary to Foto directly with OnThree's Communications Manager or by pulling them into Graphics Manager and then saving them back to disk (Com Manager and Graphics Manager are both available from On Three).You can pull any of these 33 block FOTO files into Graphics Manager, Draw On Three, Sketchpad or other Apple /// graphics program and work with them as you would any other graphics file (But you will see a big difference).  However Menu.Maker does not seem to want to display them, nor does the Slideshow Program.  Any solutions to that are welcome.These disks are an effort to continue making updated programs and files available to Apple /// enthusiasts.  We hope you enjoy them!July 7, 1990

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-21

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-21a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-21b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS Name:  GIF Graphics 3Disk ID:  APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-21Bootable?  NOT BootableThis disk contains a number of Apple /// FOTO files that were originallyuploaded to the WAP TCS a GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files. Here's what you'll find on this disk:SIDE ONE                                SIDE TWO PEPE                                   SIMPSON PEPE.IN.TUB                            SMILE PEPES.COCOA                            STEVIE PINK.FLOYD1                            STEVIE.NIX PINK.FLOYD2                            STUNNING PLAYMATE                               TIGER RAQUEL                                 TWEETY SHORTHAIR                              UNICORNNOTES:All these graphics files were converted from GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files ( the GIF format is (c) CompuServe ) using an Apple // program called IIGIF.  It is available on WAP /// SIG disk APPLE-3-WAP-EMM-08, A2.BOOT.  Having converted the GIF files (all originally downloaded from the WAP PD Library by John Ruffatto) to 33 block Double HiRes Black and White format binary files, they were either converted from Binary to Foto directly with OnThree's Communications Manager or by pulling them into Graphics Manager and then saving them back to disk (Com Manager and Graphics Manager are both available from On Three).You can pull any of these 33 block FOTO files into Graphics Manager, Draw On Three, Sketchpad or other Apple /// graphics program and work with them as you would any other graphics file (But you will see a big difference).  However Menu.Maker does not seem to want to display them, nor does the Slideshow Program.  Any solutions to that are welcome.These disks are an effort to continue making updated programs and files available to Apple /// enthusiasts.  We hope you enjoy them!July 7, 1990August 24, 1995

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-22

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-22a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-22b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS Name: GIF Graphics 4Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-22Bootable? NOT BootableThis disk contains a number of Apple /// FOTO files that were originallyuploaded to the WAP TCS a GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files. Here's what you'll find on this disk:SIDE ONE                                SIDE TWO  CRYSTAL.CAVE                           PEPE.dskG F.14                                   PEPE.PI F.15                                   PHANTOM F.18                                   PROP.PLANE HELO                                   SPACE.WALK MICKEY.MOUSE                           VANNA.WHITE ON.MOON                                VENUS PEACE                                  WHISPERNOTES:All these graphics files were converted from GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) files ( the GIF format is (c) CompuServe ) using an Apple // program called IIGIF.  It is available on WAP /// SIG disk APPLE-3-WAP-EMM-08, A2.BOOT.  Having converted the GIF files (all originally downloaded from the WAP PD Library by John Ruffatto) to 33 block Double HiRes Black and White format binary files, they were either converted from Binary to Foto directly with OnThree's Communications Manager or by pulling them into Graphics Manager and then saving them back to disk (Com Manager and Graphics Manager are both available from On Three).You can pull any of these 33 block FOTO files into Graphics Manager, Draw On Three, Sketchpad or other Apple /// graphics program and work with them as you would any other graphics file (But you will see a big difference).  However Menu.Maker does not seem to want to display them, nor does the Slideshow Program.  Any solutions to that are welcome.These disks are an effort to continue making updated programs and files available to Apple /// enthusiasts.  We hope you enjoy them!July 7, 1990

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-23

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-23a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-23b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: GIF Graphics 5Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-23              BOOTABLE?: Bootable             This is our fifth disk! of GIF graphics converted to Apple /// FOTOfiles.This disk includes our Menu.Maker program which can print theseFOTOfiles.  But they are INVERSED to do this.  Use Graphics Manageror other Apple /// graphics program to invert them if desired.On Side One:  EAGLE.1; WIZARDS; MANHATTAN.SKYLNOn Side Two:  BAT.LOGO; X.24; ROGER.RABBIT; ROBOTARM; MICKY.MOUSE;              COKE.CAN; MT.HOOD

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-24

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-24a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-24b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS Name: QUICKIE SCANNED GRAPHICSDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-24Bootable? Not BootableApril 28, 1991On this disk you will find a number of scanned graphics, obtained by using the Vitesse "Quickie" hand scanner in //e emulation mode.  Many of these graphics have a "college theme" as they were pulled from a catalog featuring various college newspapers.  But you may also enjoy the WAP logo we've included.How were these graphics converted to the Apple ///?  It was a fairlystraightforward process that used an Apple /// with the Titan ///+//ecards and a 65c02 CPU chip.  The Quickie runs perfectly under emulation andprovides Double Hi Res graphics 33 blocks long.  Saved to disk, each binary file was then pulled into the /// in native mode using On Three's Graphics Manager program (it will directly load 33 block Binary Double Hi Res Graphicsfiles). Whatever cleaning up that was needed was then done in GraphicsManager.  Then the file was saved to disk as a 33 block Apple /// FOTO file.Here are the graphics on this disk:Side One:                               Side Two: BULLSEYE                               PI.LOGO OSWEGO                                 KITTY ANTEATER                               FORTYNINERS COLLEGIAN                              DRAKE MICHIGAN                               CAVEMAN CURRANT                                BUTTERFLY FREE.PRESS                             KENT.STATE OUTLET.SHOP                            LORETTO

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-25

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-25a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-25b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS Name: FOTOVIEWDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-25 Bootable? Self-bootingFOTOVIEW by John Lomartire and Ed Gooding.If you're looking for an easy way to display Apple /// FOTOfiles to yourscreen, this may be the program for you.  Developed by two of the ///communities long-time supporters.  It will also print the FOTOfile with theappropriate driver installed in your SOS.DRIVER file. See the included on-disk instructions for more details.SIDE ONE:FOTOVIEW ProgramSIDE TWO Includes a number of FOTOfiles to try out: APPLE.LQP SILENTYPE SUN.LOGO APPLE.3.FOTO THREE.PLUS.2E WAP.HELLO2 SUPER.DT APPLE.3

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-26

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-26a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-26b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARY PDS Name: Floppy Coloring Book # 1Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-26Bootable? Self-booting                   OK... We have a little bit of the kid at heart in all    of us. And no, your WAP /// SIG WON'T tell if you decide to     print out any of these graphics and color them yourself.  BUT    if you like, you can look at, or print any of them for your     kids to have fun with.  This is just the first of our    "floppy" coloring books, most of which will have a special theme.On Side One:   KIDS.FOTO    : Fotofile EGGS.FOTO    : Fotofile SLIDESHOW3   : Basic Slideshow Program PRINT.SHOW3  : Basic Fotofile Print Program - Print all Fotofiles at onceOn Side Two: VIOLIN.FOTO  : Fotofile TIGER.FOTO   : Fotofile SNOWMAN.FOTO : Fotofile TEAPOT.FOTO  : Fotofile PENGUINS.FOTO: Fotofile  OWL.FOTO     : Fotofile OCTO.FOTO    : Fotofile READ.ME      : Information about printing Fotofiles, etc.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-27

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-27a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-27b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARY PDS Name: Floppy Book 2: TrainsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-27Bootable? Self-bootingOur Second "Floppy Coloring Book" Offering - This time with a train theme.On Side One:  Old.TimerHead OnOn Side Two:Big.SteamerDown.The.TrackExpressHeading.WestHot.SootOriginalHeavy.Weight

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-28

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-28a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-28b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYAPPLE-3-WAP-GRX-28:  Grafixworks Disk 1NOT BootableGrafixWorks is a set of two double-sided disks that include a number of Apple/// Fotofiles you can use to help in designing, drawing and producing your owngraphics.  There are a number of templates, drawing aids and even a few examplesto help you.  TO USE GRAFIXWORKS YOU WILL NEED AN APPLE /// OR ///+ COMPUTER, DRAWING PROGRAMAND PRINTER.  YOU MAY ALSO WISH TO HAVE ACCESS TO OTHER GRAPHICS AND FONTS.THIS IS A SHAREWARE PRODUCT.  PLEASE FOLLOW DISK INSTRUCTIONS IF YOU CHOOSE TOUSE THESE DISKS.THE FILESAll of the Fotofiles on these disks were made using On Three's Graphics Manager.It allows you to do a tremendous amount of work with graphics and print them outeasily and quickly.  Used with On Three's Draw On ///, the PD program Sketchpad,or any other Apple /// or Apple // graphics program (up to Double HiRes), it isa powerful tool you can use for a number of projects.Here's what this disk contains:Side One            EXPLANATION--------------      ---------------------------------------------------------THIN.LINE           Thin Line Border       DOUBLE.LINE         Double Line BorderTHICK.LINE          Thick Line Border WICKER              A basic Wicker designWICKER2             Variation of WickerWICKER3             Third variation of WickerWICKER.BORDER       Example of a border using WickerWICKER.BORDER2      Second example of a border using WickerSide Two            DESCRIPTION--------------      --------------------------------------------------------BARS.1              Bars - Various widths; Same LengthsBARS.2              Bars - Various widths; Same HeightsBARS.3              Bars - Various widths; 1/2 length of Bars.1BOXES.RECS          Boxes and RectanglesCUBE                A Cube DesignCUBE.LH             Example of using Cube Design to start a border/letterheadRECTANGLES.1        Rectangles - Thin LineRECTANGLES.2        Rectangles - Thick LineMany of these designs were inspired by Broderbund's Printshop (tm) program forthe Apple //.  But the designs work just as well for you in /// mode.  Use themfor ideas, adapt them to your own use or use them as is.  The GrafixWorks PaperTemplates can be used to help you with your graphicsdevelopment.  There's a Blank.Labels file you can load, place it into the PaperTemplate of Graphics Manager and then load graphics and fonts to develop acustom label you can capture and copy to each of the six boxes before printingthem out.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-29

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-29a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-29b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: Floppy Book 4: Winter OlympicsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-29BOOTABLE? Self-bootingOur Fourth "Floppy Coloring Book" Offering - This in honor of the WinterOlympics.On Side One:  Hockey.1Hockey.2On Side Two:Ski.1Ski.2Skate.1Skate.2Skate.3Speed.1Speed.2

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-30

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-30a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-30b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARY  PDS NAME: Floppy Coloring Book: Summer OlympicsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-30Bootable? Self Booting        This disk is full of scanned graphics in honor of the 1992 Summer OlympicsGames in Madrid, Spain.On Side One:BOXINGWATER.POLOOn Side Two:TENNISGYMNASTICS.1GYMNASTICS.2SOCCERPOLE.VAULTVOLLEY.BALLWRESTLINGEQUESTRIAN

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-31

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-31a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-31b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: DINO GraphicsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-31BOOTABLE? Self-booting        This disk has lots of fun dinosaur graphics that your children can enjoy in any number of ways.  Here are some suggestions:1)  Print out the graphic "Dino.Swamp" in large format and let your kids    color it with crayons or markers.  Print out the dinosaurs in small    format. Color them and cut them out. The kids can then move the    dinosaurs around the swamp for some great dino-play.2)  Print out the dinosaurs in large or small format and color them in    funny patterns.3)  After printing, your child can (with your help if necessary    print the proper name under each dinosaur.    4)  Load a dinosaur into On Three's Graphics Manager or Draw On Three and    have your child give thoughts about it.  Type those thoughts under the    dinosaur, print, color and post (or send to grandma!).On Side ONE You'll Find These Graphics:TYRANA           :TyrannosaurusBRONTA           :BrontasaurusSTEGA            :StegosaurusOn Side TWO You'll Find These Graphics:TRI              :TriceratopsDIMA             :DimetrodonTRI.BABY         :Triceratops BabyPTERA            :PteradactleDINO.BOOKMARK    :A Dinosaur BookmarkDINO.SWAMP       :A Swamp Just Right for DinosaursThese graphics were all scanned into an Apple //gs computer using the QuickieHand Scanner and ProDos 8 (Apple //e) version software.  We've found that the ProDos 8 software is quicker and easier to use for scanning these graphicsinto memory as a 33 block Double HiRes graphic/Binary File (as opposed to theGSOS version of the software).  The graphic is saved to a 3.5" disk and then switched to a 512k Apple ///+ equipped with an Apple //e Unidrive.  Loaded into Graphics Manager, the Apple// Double HiRes Binary File becomes an Apple /// Fotofile.  It is thencleaned up and processed into the final Fotofile that is found on this disk.Note that due to the requirements of the SCR.PRT.INV invokable (the assemblylanguage module that lets us print these graphics to your printer), thegraphics on screen appear in INVERSE mode.  Printed, they are in NORMAL mode.As set up on this disk, you can print to a SERIAL printer in EPSON emulationmode from the RS232/Serial Port on the back of your ///.  Be sure to copy your own SOS.Driver file (set up for your system's printer) to a copy of thisdisk so you can print your graphics properly.)(Remember the default seting is".Printer").February, 1992

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-32

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-32a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-32b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: BOOKPLATE GraphicsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-32BOOTABLE? Self-booting        The bookplates on this disk began life as a printed graphic thatwas scanned using a Quickie Hand Scanner attached to an Apple //gs.  Savedas an Apple // Double HiRes 33 block Binary File, each graphic was thenloaded into an Apple /// using On Three's Graphics Manager and converted toan Apple /// FotoFile.  Graphics Manager was used to clean each bookplateup a bit and then saved to disk.  Whew!        This process does not result in a graphic with high resolution.  Ifthere was a driver and software to use the Quickie in the ///, the resolutionwould probably be better (anyone interested?).  But I think you'll agree these are of pretty good quality and fun to print out and use.          Print these bookplates "small" and "centered" for best results (leftis OK too...).  Large mode could be used for a book cover or ??  Use yourimagination!         Note that on Side Two there's a "videoplate" to use with your videotapes (VIDEO.TAPEPLATE).  We've also included Slideshow3 so you can look atall the graphics in slideshow fashion and Print.Show which will print allthe graphics for you at one time.  Of course Menu.Maker 6.1 will let youlook at one graphic at a time and print one out at a time as well.                                                  - Dave Ottalini                                                    WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman                                                    February 28, 1992On Side One You'll Find These Bookplate Graphics:TEDDY.BOOKPLATEFORMAL.BKMARKKITTY.BOOKPLATEOn Side Two You'll Find These Bookplate Graphics:BOOKS.BOOKPLATEVIDEO.TAPEPLATETEDDY2.BKPLATECASTLE.BKPLATESCARY.BKPLATEFROG.BOOKPLATE

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-33

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-33a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-33b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: Animal GraphicsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-33BOOTABLE? Self Booting        APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-33 is a disk full of animal pictures.  As with many of our othergraphics offerings, this one includes FOTOfiles scanned into a //GS using aQuickie brand scanner, saved to 3.5" disk and then pulled into our SARA withOn Three's Graphics Manager.        This disk includes 4 FOTOfiles of various fishes, 2 cats, a bunny anda hare.  The pictures originated from a "Treasury of Animal Illustrations" from 18th Century Sources" edited by Carol Belanger Grafton. Our many many thanks to Nancy Sefarian of the Pi for making this book (and many others) containing public domain graphics and illustrations to the /// SIG.        The program Print.Show is on side one so that you may print all theFOTOfiles if you like.          We hope you enjoy this disk and are always open to suggestions forany other graphics offerings!        Many thanks to WAP member Nancy Sefarian for making these graphics available to us!On Side One:FISH.1FISH.2On Side Two:FISH.3FISH.4BUNNYHARECATCAT2

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-34

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-34a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-34b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: ArtworksDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-34BOOTABLE? Self BootingArtworks is a fun Pascal-based graphics program you may enjoy trying - butyou'll have to work at it a bit to use.You can use On Three's Trackball /// with this program but it will not work(as written) with a joystick.  The arrow keys work just fine to get youaround the graphics screen.  Artworks originated from TAU, the Third Apple Users Group in Wheaton (Chicago), Illinois, but we don't know who the actual author is. On Side One:Artworks.Help  :Artworks information and user manual.Artworks.Text  :ASCII version of Artworks Source Code.Demo.Pic       :Demonstration graphic created with Artworks.On Side Two:Artworks Boot/Program disk.  Pascal Text File version of the programsSource Code is also on this side.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-35

APPLE-3-WAP-grx-35a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-grx-35b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: 3D GraphicsDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-GRX-35BOOTABLE? Self Booting        3D Graphics is an interesting, tho limited, Business Basic drawingprogram. As noted by our good Canadian friend C.M. Davidson:The program "Graph.3D" is one I picked up a couple of years ago at a local swap meet from somebody who had no idea what it is or does, or where it came from.  I think it is a local amateur attempt to design a drawing program using a Joystick.  Not having a joystick, I have never run the program successfully. Perhaps you can do more with it, and eventually put it on a WAPPD disk.  Good Luck!Martin DavidsonBurlington, Ont., Canada6 April 1992.On Side One:GRAPH.3D.TEXT:   ASCII text version of the 3D Graphics program.TUTORIAL     :   Tutorial on how to use 3D GraphicsOn Side Two  :3D Graphics Program along with a couple of FOTOfiles you can load if desired.NOTE that this program can not PRINT FOTOfiles in its present form.  But itcan SAVE them.  We've included our Menu.Maker program on this disk which canLOAD and PRINT FOTOfiles as well as Print.Show, a program that will allow youto print FOTOfiles from any disk or disks you like.

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