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    Espoo, Finland
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    Swing dancing. Acting, Swing dancing. Atari Lynx programming and Swing dancing.

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  1. I would just spray paint the entire unit. Perhaps cover the areas you don't want to paint.
  2. Actually I have lots of carts available. But due to 5 month delays in post I decided to wait over the US elections and try again later to see if the post is still broken. If you are in the EU just drop me a nessage.
  3. Evercade just arrived in Finland. Gigantti is selling these for €85 (with a Nemco cart) or €110 with two more carts (interplay collection1, Atari collection 1) https://www.gigantti.fi/product/gaming/konsolit/retro-ja-muut-pelikonsolit/211804/evercade-starter-pack-pelikonsoli
  4. Thanks. I don't even know how the locks work. Right now it opens and closes with all dials at 000. The lock is so flimsy that anyone could just bend it open. So I just keep it as it is. For the looks.
  5. Of course it has locks! With key-holes and combination numbers. ... But I have no keys and don't know how to set the combination to lock it. I did find the case when cleaning up old trash at the company I work for. Nobody knew anything about this case. So I got it for FREE!!!
  6. The graphics of the bass player using his instrument as a bat is hilarious.
  7. The effects are really cool. Have a look at the video.
  8. Unfortunately we are getting the 2nd wave of COVID. So my guess is that there will be no fun in 2020.
  9. Solving this violet/blue problem is a bit tricky. We already have blue's (8, 9 , 10), yellows (11, 13, 15), reds (7, 12, 14), grey's (0, 1, 2, 3). The remaining set (4, 5, 7) could have some common hue but what could it be? Perhaps the easiest way to solve this is to ask you for a new colour for index 5. It is the one over the blue button that you already circled.
  10. I ran entirely on batteries in Portland Retro Gaming Expo. I did buy plastic rectangular battery holders with an on/off switch for AA batteries. Buying two dozens of AA batteries was easier than trying to get chargable cells in the hand luggage. Then I just soldered a long cord to the pack so that people could play the games when standing on the other side of the table.
  11. Please share the colour scheme that works for you. Developers might learn something here...
  12. My guess is that the first 5 colours are not used for tiles. If you really want to fine-tune this you can get a byte editor and change the colours. The meaning of the colour palette bytes: The 1st 16 values are the green components of the palette: 00 03 09 0F 00 00 07 0F 00 00 0F 00 00 06 09 0F As you can see the higher number is always 0. The lower number goes from 0..F. The next 16 values are the blue-red pairs of the palette: 00 33 99 FF 02 FA 00 00 A0 F0 F0 0A 0F 0B 0E 0F So when you think about the palette the colours go like: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 - colour index 00 03 09 0F 00 00 07 0F 00 00 0F 00 00 06 09 0F - green 00 33 99 FF 02 FA 00 00 A0 F0 F0 0A 0F 0B 0E 0F - blue-red index 08 has green=0, blue=A, red=0 so it is BLUE index 09 has green=0, blue=F, red=0 so it is LIGHT BLUE Happy tweaking colours.
  13. The Klax palette is really a bit strange. To the right is my suggestion. Is there some colours on the right that are hard to see? Here is a colour corrected version. NewKlax.lnx
  14. If you replace the first 474 bytes with this file then the checksum is gone... huvu And it works. I greenified it. So as the comments said. It is not super hard to hack ROM's.
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