Converting Apple II images to disk with Catweasel MKIV

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Is there any software that would allow me to use a catweasel controller to convert A2 emulation images back to original floppy for use on my real IIe?

I'm debating whether I should get one of these catweasel cards as I could use it to convert C64, Vic-20, Amiga, Atari ST, and other system images back to real floppies, but I want to make sure that there is software that can allow me to convert the image to A2 disk. Let me know if any of you might have some info on this.

Thanks
John

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on this thread read down and

on this thread read down and follow the links
http://www.applefritter.com/node/17751

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I don't see any mention of th

I don't see any mention of the catweasel board and software to convert Apple II disk images with it. I followed the links, read what was there and even searched the page using the find command to look for catweasel. Nothing came up. I'm interested in only knowing if there is a2 image conversion software for the PC that will allow me to use the catweasel board on my PC with that software and it will allow me to convert on my PC the images to disks that will be used on my A2E.

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well on some of the pages it

well on some of the pages it mentioned a software called ADT that is what i've used to convert images to disks.

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yes but it also talks about u

yes but it also talks about using null modem cables, etc... It doesn't mention Catweasel. That ADT software might know how to work via null modem cables, but not with a catweasel board. That is what I'm trying to find out. If any Apple II conversion software out there has been proven to work with Catweasel.