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  1. When I saw this subject I was hoping it was related to setting the date to the ISO 8601 format (the only logical format;) YYYY-MM-DD Or at least the option: YY-MM-DD Unfortunately it doesn't look like either of those are options according to the manual. If you're curious about ISO 8601, one of it's big advantages is files with the dates appended or pretended to their names can be simply sorted by their names in directories. Also, dates and times are arranged so the largest temporal term (the year) is placed to the left and each successively smaller term is placed to the right of the previous term. Just like our number systems... Sorry, I once wrote a corporate date policy to ensure dates were unambiguous in a healthcare setting. This standard is also used to interchange data between systems.... As you can see, I'm fun at parties...
  2. Thanks for this thread. I'm just about to print some SIO connectors for AVG and new cables and was going to have to track this info down.
  3. I have a RetroTINK 2X-Pro and it's excellent. Very happy with it. If you do get one make sure to update to its latest firmware. It is regularly updated and improved.
  4. You've certainly hit the goal of the best SIO device possible!! Thanks for the explanation and congratulations to you and all involved!
  5. I know it's probably a dumb question and I admit I don't know anything about hardware, but I'm wondering if there's a possibility of a future device that incorporates cartridge functions in the design? Much like AVG starting to support SIO, but with the wireless functionality of #FujiNet. To be clear I'm not trying to criticize #FujiNet. It's revolutionary! I got in on the original 50 orders and have signed up for one more when they become available. I just keep thinking about this and thought I'd throw it out there. Thanks for humouring me, Greg
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    Thanks for your help. That's good to know!
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    The wires are too short to reach the SIO port and I'm also hoping to make a few full cables. Does anyone have any real suggestions?
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    I'm looking to 3D print SIO connectors for this upgrade and am wondering what people are using for the cable. Six conductor insulated wire is more expensive than I expected. Does anyone know if shielded Cat5e cable would work or have any other inexpensive recommendations? Thanks for your help, Greg
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    I'm just outside of London but happy to mail some to GTO. Just PM me the details and I'll mail them out.
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    If anyone in Canada needs connectors just PM me and I'll drop them in the mail to you. I have about 16 extra sets. Take Care Everyone! Greg
  11. This is off topic, but I'm glad you made this post. I had no idea subscriptions were a thing and I've been lurking here for years!
  12. For the life of me, I don't understand the anger and frustration being expressed here. It's one thing to provide suggestions, but the entitlement here is disappointing. This game is a gift, no matter what state it arrives in, and is infinitely better than the version we have today. I couldn't be more appreciative and hope the majority of the community agrees.
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