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  1. Thanks, I'm relatively new to the Apple II world.
  2. Looks like an 80-column card?
  3. Anything special about these to prefer them over other 80 column cards for the II/II+? I think I have at least a couple different brands of 80 column cards, but not this Viewmax one.
  4. That is next on the list I think, if this one is funded.
  5. Seems pretty cool! I'm thinking of one for my II+ Here is the direct link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/maceffects/injection-molded-clear-case-for-apple-ii-and-ii-plus
  6. In case you haven't seen the Mega65 in a while, here is a video to watch regarding the basics and some Commodore 64 games running on it. I'm really looking forward to one of these machines.
  7. Sounds like you have some options. I use the Turbo Chameleon 64 with my kernal/drive JiffyDOS ROMs. I have the EasyFlash 3 but no longer use it since the TC 64 can do everything it can and more. But if I did not have the TC 64 or 1541 Ultimate, EasyFlash 3 would be what I'd use myself.
  8. One caveat I think to using JiffyDOS is that the drive also needs to have a ROM. I know nothing about the Pi1541 so hopefully it offers the ability to use others ROMs. If you choose to go JiffyDOS, you could use the http://store.go4retro.com/easyflash-3/ (EasyFlash 3) cartridge. With it you can use JiffyDOS as a kernal ROM replacement without opening the 64. It also lets you load cartridges as well so has multiple uses. These are $60 so not the cheapest route.
  9. I agree, I don't want to spend $500 either, so that's why I'm getting one for $399. If you don't want the 3d printed case you can get it for even cheaper. I guess we can put you down as "no" for purchasing the Mega65 when it's released as well? Fortunately we don't all like the same things and there are options out there for us all.
  10. Yes, good point. I edited my post with the store page as well. Here is a link to the shop https://c256foenix.com/shop/ Latest info on the C256 FMX Rev 2: https://shoutout.wix.com/so/95MmISon2#/main Note: I have nothing to do with this project other than being interested myself.
  11. Time is running out to get a C256 FMX Rev C if you were considering it. Orders will be taken through July 31st. Here is a link to the shop https://c256foenix.com/shop/ Latest info on the board: https://shoutout.wix.com/so/95MmISon2#/main Then the final version will appear in 2020. Note: I have nothing to do with this project other than being interested myself.
  12. I purchased my Ramrod MMOS for $63 back in 2014. What is really rare is the fastchip that goes on the board. Come to think of it, I've never seen an original OSN set of chips either. The ones I have on my MMOS I burned myself from files from AtariAge. It took 2014 to 2018 to find a NOS Newell fastchip for sale as well for $76 but I would have paid more for that if I had to
  13. @Gunstar Yep, that worked! I see a notification now for it.
  14. Regarding the tagging, it’s supposedly a new feature now with the forum upgrade. ” You can now tag someone in a post by prefixing their username with "@". For instance, if you want to tag me, you'd type "@Albert" and then choose my username from the popup that appears. This will cause my username to be highlighted in blue and I'll receive a notification that I was tagged in a post (or elsewhere). “
  15. You can find a few items from Mosaic on archive.org as well if you want to look there, but nothing about the 64K board directly. They do have some of the newsletters I believe that might be useful and of course the manual for a 32K board.
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