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TI-99/4A Stuff > An updated EDITOR for the TI-99/4A that works with ALL the new technology!

Posted 03 September 2018

What's more appropriate for NEW gear on older computers, than updated versions of older software?  
 
Some legacy programs have 'issues' when dealing with newer gear or storage formats.  Some older editors like TI-Writer or BA-Writer leave 'garbage'(see first reply below) at the end of a file which can interfere with programs like 4...


TI-99/4A Stuff > 3D Printers - New Tech protecting our new "TI-Toys" (Updated 07/6/2018)

Posted 23 April 2018

Currently, few people have a decent 3D printer, even fewer people have the design skills to create cool stuff on them.  It's really no problem because here at AtariAge we have a diverse community.  We have people with almost every skill to fill almost every available niche.  One member, who goes by "COREi64 " has the printers (currently fou...


TI-99/4A Stuff > Photos 'tweaked' to reflect a TI-99/4A theme. (Updated 10/03/2018)

Posted 14 April 2017

Over the past couple of years, I've tweaked a few images here and there to reflect a TI-99/4A theme.
I figured I'd post a few of them here...
 
https://atariage.com...11371_thumb.jpg  
http://www.atariage...._1027_71473.jpg
 
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TI-99/4A Stuff > Getting back into the TI-99/4A easily & quickly! (updated 8/20/2017)

Posted 16 February 2017

The 'classic' TI-99/4A computer has been getting much more popular the past couple of years.  The TI community is quite literally exploding with new users, hardware and software.  Now has never been a better time to join the community or to 'come back home' from a long absence.  
 
In the past there were a few limitations that held...


TI-99/4A Stuff > Awesome 3D Printed Case for the TI-99/4A Plug-N-Play 32K Device

Posted 28 January 2017

Heads Up!
If you own one of JediMatt42's Plug-N-Play 32K expansion devices to the TI-99/4A, you'll want to watch the video below.
Atari Age user cOd3m4st4 has been making 3D printed cases for TI homebrew projects like the Flash ROM 99, the NanoPEB and the CF7.  His latest case, designed for Jedimatt42's Plug-N-Play 32K device is by far his best...