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MacRorie last won the day on June 19 2015

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    Lynx, Jaguar, 2600/7800 XL/XE, TI 99/4a and All things Sony. I know, but you have to go mainstream eventually!
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  1. I was only referring to the board, but if you want to license your shell design, we can certainly discuss it. Always open to new possibilities.
  2. I/We (The Brewing Academy) will probably offer some form of this for sale if it is okay with everyone concerned. I plan on modifying it a little bit so the dev board is not needed, but initially, it just might be what is available. There are other projects in the works as well that we will offer for sale. -M
  3. Fair enough, but what did you tell them? Leave it as is or delete?
  4. My vote is for "UNOfied PlusCart" (Hello, all) -M
  5. If there are some still available, I will take five (5). Thanks -M
  6. Yes, I know. I happen to have "a couple" of them to look at. However, I was referring to L7 & L9. I did not want to have to open my 800XL again to see where I installed them so I could correct the manual for the 5th time.
  7. ACP.XEX is in the link I put in message #1185. Can you please tell me which lines you have Chroma and Luma connected? I have flipped them back and forth countless times because people keep saying they are reversed in the manual.
  8. That's not precisely what you should be getting (see last pages of the manual for comparisons). However, if it looks good to you and you have no complaints, then as far as I am concerned, it's perfect and you can tell me, "Tell your story walking!"
  9. That file can always be found here: https://www.thebrewingacademy.net/uav_xex.zip Also, I would tend to agree that you are not getting all of the colors you really can without the color in line being connected. It won't harm anything if it is not connected, but you should get a better picture with it connected.
  10. There's always these: https://thebrewingacademy.com/collections/ultimate-atari-video-uav/products/internal-audio-board-atari-400-others
  11. Just my $0.02: It is a very good monitor. It is especially convenient to be able to test PAL video as it supports both NTSC and PAL broadcast (analog). You really have to dig into the menus to find the switch for it, but it is there. SCART is very convenient as well. Is has built-in speakers and is relatively robust. I have it hooked up to a SECAM 7800 via the native SCART cable for a test bed for 2600-UNOs and use another one to test PAL 1088 builds since I can populate every port for tests and not have to go to a different monitor. That was a great price esp. given free shipping.
  12. They were given to me as part of a deal to do with what I would. Now, did the person who gave them to me have the ability to do that? Dunno. I think so, but could be wrong. However, I figured I would put them out there so people could play them. Release them to the wild in a year and everybody is, hopefully, copacetic!
  13. I saw that as well. I did not put it together with the scenery change, but makes sense.
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