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  1. Another one of these Classware carts. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Mint-Condition-Vintage-Atari-800XL-1984-Olympics-Home-Computer/163969605946?hash=item262d59a13a:g:598AAOSwgFpd4-bs Still no sign of any disk software for it or any info on the company (other than OSS).
  2. I have these both and they are on the list to be scanned.
  3. Yes. By using bank-switching. These will not work with emulators though. You have to either build a special cartridge or us the Atarimax SD cart.
  4. Sounds good. In the meantime I've been working on a TOP-SECRET Atari 8-bit project for the community. I am past the halfway point. I hope to finish by Thanksgiving. Allan
  5. Welcome to Atariage, Rick. There are a lot of great people and Atari 8-bit resources here. I would love to see some pictures of your software and hardware. Especially your hardware projects. Allan
  6. Here's is an auction (not mine) with a super rare Atari 400 demonstration cassette by Atari if some one wants to grab it and archive it. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-800-Computer-11-games-power-supply-cables-Joysticks-Manuals-410-Etc/254424809947?hash=item3b3ce681db:g:CzAAAOSw8S9d0acd
  7. Does anyone know where i could get a replacement for the rs-232 cable that came with my Atr-8000?
  8. I had not either. I saw them on eBay and grabbed them. There are only one or mentions of them on the Net. Hopefully that is all of them. They are now preserved for anyone who wants them. https://archive.org/search.php?query=B.A.S.I.C. atari
  9. Here's a few archived disks of B.A.S.I.C. Bulletin newsletter disks. I put them up on Archive.org but are included here as well. Anybody knows anything interesting about these or has any more of them beyond the Winter, 1985 issue, please let me know. B.A.S.I.C._Bulletin_Newsletter.zip
  10. Thanks, Thom. I will add a text file of the Forth listings then so people can cut and paste them into an emulator. I am putting a later Antic menu program on each disk which also included a help file to explain file extentions. I will add your comments to the help file on disks that have Forth listings on them. Allan
  11. Question to anybody familiar with Atari Forth programming. Is there any way to import a text file into a Forth editor? Or do you have to create Forth code in a Forth editor? There are a few Forth listings in early Antic magazine issues and I would like to include them with other language listings on a ATR disk image, but don't want to waste my time typing them in if there is no way to import an atari text file Forth listing into a Forth editor. Any input would be helpful.
  12. Never had one of these multi-voltage power supplies before. So I am assuming you should set it to 5V? Just wanted to ask before I kill any Atari equipment.
  13. Does anybody have an ATR of Crash-Tinkle-Tinkle by Stan Ockers?
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