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What determines the color of every 8th pixel on the Apple II?

For a much shorter answer . . . There aren't 3.5 pixels/byte, but 7. There is no eight bit displayed; there are 40x7=280 horizontal bits/line. The other bit shifts timing by half a pixel, "...
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NTSC scan lines used by 8-bit computers

Conjecture #1: NTSC title-safe area (unlikely) An NTSC video frame has 525 lines. After subtracting the 21 lines of vertical blanking, and the 20% of the visible area that was considered non-title-...
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