Classic Computer Magazine Archive A.N.A.L.O.G. ISSUE 66 / NOVEMBER 1988 / PAGE 7

November '88

Daisy-Dot II

    Roy Goldman has created Daisy-Dot II, a powerful printing system for 8-bit Atari computers. The software package allows printing of near-letter-quality text with Epson and Star compatible printers. Based on the original Daisy Dot, the new system offers higher output quality and new formatting features. Fourteen fonts are included with Daisy-Dot II, including Roman2 (Times Roman), Ohio (Geneva), Senator (Helvetica), and Block2 (Modern).
    Daisy-Dot II has been put into the public domain; the entire system can be found on DELPHI, GEnie and CompuServe. The double-sided disk and 24-page manual may be purchased from Roy Goldman for only $10.
    The Daisy-Dot II Accessory Disk is also available and is priced at only $5. It comes with TextPro, a word processor for text entry, eight additional fonts and a utility program that allows Daisy-Dot II to work with the AtariWriter.

Roy Goldman
2440 South Jasmine
Denver, CO 80222