This is not my usual blog entry. This is more of a CHEAT SHEET to links that can be hard to find of downloadable books, manuals, keyboard strips, reference cards, etc.
Clicking on the links will take you to the message where the item is available for download.
Added "ARTWORK" category near the bottom.
3D PRINTER FILES
32K & TIPI Case
CF7+ 3D Case
Speech Synthesizer Enclosure
Texas Instruments LOGO Coaster
On 03/10/2016 this entry was temporarily unlocked to perform maintenance after the AtariAge update.
Have you ever wondered, if you could only have one cartridge for your TI-99/4A what cartridge that would be? That question was answered thanks to the late Atari Age member Tony "The Great Gazoo" Knerr.
Tony "The Great Gazoo" Knerr - Born 09/22/1958 - Passed 09/22/2015
Are you a Newbie or returning TI'er with only a console?
If so, forget about
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 4A/DOS when it's trying to process a batch file. Some older programs cannot use all their functions on newer gear. This editor program works flawlessly.
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 four), the skill set and the desire to make cool stuff for us.
His first design, the 32K case was a work of art. I was so impressed I had to have one, but then
Back in the day there were a ton of TI-99/4A consoles released into the wild, most of them went 'unexpanded', many ended up in the back of a closet never to see daylight for decades. Why? Because the system add-ons were very expensive, so by the time prices came down, TI had abandoned the home computer market and people had moved on to newer, faster and more powerful computers. An unexpanded TI was very nearly worthless, it still is, but now with this affordable and easy to use 32K device, almos
to the .BIN Repository BACKUP
Notes: RED, BLUE & YELLOW boards can use the same images
Items with a * denote newer 'homebrews'
IF DATA APPEARS TO WRAP TO THE NEXT LINE, HOLD DOWN THE "CTRL" BUTTON AND PRESS (-) MINUS UNTIL IT LOOKS PROPER
Filename Author Description Post Link
EducartsRom.bin Compiled by Gazoo TI Education Cartridges Message #28
Gamecart.bin Compiled by Gazoo Many of the best games for the TI Message #28
Gamecart2.bin Compiled by Gazo
Sometimes miracles do happen. Years ago the idea of having an Internet browser for the TI-99/4A was just another “pie in the sky” pipe dream, a “what if” or an “if only”, well, no more! Stuart Conner, one of Atari Age’s leading TI-99/4A “Uber-Programmers” made it a reality.
Stuart was not content to just make a browser compatible with P-Box RS-232 cards, like every other communications program in existence for the TI. No, Stuart decided to think of the Nano-PEB users as well. As of