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  1. Mehridian Slightly off topic here, but your last two paragraphs in the previous post has absolutely made my morning.
  2. xabin If you are able to, could you scan in just one page, and post it here. I have done this many years ago when all my friends had ZX Spectrums or Vic 20's or C64's. They always had the better programs. I usually ended up writing my own version...
  3. Sorry for the noise. Saw I asked this in another thread....
  4. By the way, except for JS99'er. is this available in any way, shape or form for another emulator? A manual perhaps? Would be much appreciated....
  5. Now, Im feeling dumb. And the mappings for the emulated keyboard?
  6. Another question For the natural keyboard, what are the keyboard mappings?
  7. Sorry for the noise, figured it out. Press scroll lock, then tab. Select File Manager, and the where the tape is. Use the Tape Control for play, stop etc.
  8. Thanks for this!!! Works excellently. By the way, how does one use a "tape drive" tape image in Mame?
  9. Ola No problems. Recovery is more important than the gui though. Any way, just glad you are ok... Keep well.
  10. Guys Seeing that my memory is failing, I would like your help on this one. When I had my TI, I used it a bit to create an inventory of my dad's LP records and tapes. I can not remember if this was on a module, or a program on tape. For some or other reason I think you could do it on TE II. I do not know why. If I can recall you had a limited number of records, and you had to save it to tape before you could enter in more records. It was almost like a database. If I recall correctly, it was not a main program but rather some submenu somewhere. Except for some game carts, I had TE II and Minimem. And I did not buy programs on tape. Can anyone shed some light on this? Cheers
  11. Guys Seeing that we are in a festive spirit, it really warms my heart that there are a younger generation coming into our hobby through their parents (Here's looking at ilikerurtles). What other younger generation people are taking the TI up as a hobby? (I am looking for people not necessarily related to others on here). And while we're at it, any ladies in our hobby? Cheers and a belated Xmas
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