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|ShortDesc=Enables/disables [[Sprites]] and [[Enhanced ULA|Lores Layer]], and chooses priority of sprites and [[Layer 2]].
|ShortDesc=Enables/disables [[Sprites]] and [[Enhanced ULA|Lores Layer]], and chooses priority of sprites and [[Layer 2]].
Bitmapped as follows:
Bitmapped as follows:

Revision as of 23:17, 19 April 2019

Number $15
Readable Yes
Writable Yes
Short Description Enables/disables Sprites and Lores Layer, and chooses priority of sprites and Layer 2.

Bitmapped as follows:

Bit Function
7 Enable Lores Layer
6 If 1, the sprite rendering priority is flipped, i.e. sprite 0 is on top of other sprites (0 after reset)
5 If 1, the clipping works even in "over border" mode (doubling X-axis coordinates of clip window) (0 after reset)
4-2 Layers priority and mixing
1 Enable sprites over border (0 after reset)
0 Enable sprite visibility (0 after reset)
Bits 4-2 Priority and mixing of layers
%000 S L U (Sprites are at top, Layer 2 under, Enhanced ULA at bottom)
%001 L S U
%010 S U L
%011 L U S
%100 U S L
%101 U L S
%110 S (U+L) Colours from ULA and Layer 2 are added (per R/G/B channel) and clamped to 7.
%111 S (U+L-5) Similar as previous, but per R/G/B channel (U+L-5) is calculated and result is clamped by 0..7 range.

In layer mixing modes (%110 and %111) the "priority bit 7" of Layer 2 colour is propagated through the calculation, i.e. such pixel will raise above sprites even in mixing modes. If either U or L layer contains transparent colour pixel, the other layer pixel is drawn unchanged (skipping mixing calculation).

When both "over border" (bit 1) and "clipping over border" (bit 5) is enabled, the Sprite clipping window Clip Window Sprites Register ($19) X-axis coordinates are "doubled", and coordinates origin is moved from pixel [0,0] position to sprite [0,0] position ([-32,-32] pixel position). For example: setting clip coordinates as {x1:5, x2:155, y1:7, y2:248} will make sprites visible in area [10,7]..[311,248] (inclusively) in sprite coordinates, i.e. the first visible pixel is at X1*2 coordinate, and last visible pixel is at X2*2+1 coordinate.