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Timothy Kline

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About Timothy Kline

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    Perry, Michigan USA
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    Being the best husband I can be for my beloved wife, Deb, of 17 years. Apart from that, collecting 1200XLs, but am also adopting a few other Atari 8-bit systems. Returning to Atari programming, as well! Contributing to the Atari 8-bit Facebook page with "Atari Throwback Thursday" posts and weekend polls.

    Non-Atari interests: writing, voraciously reading, self-education. Theology.

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  1. Hmm. I just double-checked here and I am not getting any CRC errors from the downloaded file. I'm using Total Commander's built-in ZIP/UNZIP feature to extract the contents of the file linked originally upon release, as well as the downloaded copy. File sizes match, as well. There was nothing more done on my part than download the file from Mega, and then drop it onto the mirror folder at Atari-Owner.com, grab the direct link, and post that the mirror was available. --Tim
  2. And mirrored: Atari.8bit.Preserved.Software.2021-12-23 Keep up the fantastic work!! --Tim
  3. As always, the latest official preservation archive can be found mirrored at the URL below for Atari enthusiasts and collectors— once the new archive is released, I'll update it on Atari-Owner.com as well: https://atari-owner.com/fun/atari-preserved-software/ --Tim
  4. I restored the file, @hunmanik and verified the link works again. --Tim
  5. I had the same issue with Mega when I was sourcing down the file for hosting on Atari-Owner, so thank you for re-posting the link to the folder, @firebottle (I was going to, but company showed up at my house earlier). And HUGE THANKS to the Atari Owners who continue to compile and archive the Preservation collection!!
  6. As always, the latest official preservation archive can be found mirrored at the URL below for Atari enthusiasts and collectors: https://atari-owner.com/fun/atari-preserved-software/ --Tim
  7. Here is the collection from Allan, according to how I filed it here in my archive, so it's either available via Archive.org, or he had shared it here on AA, but I added it to my archives here in late May of this year. Credit goes to @Allan for his perseverance in getting all of this software up on Archive.org! --Tim C&T ComputerActive (Allan).zip Found a link for you at Archive.org: C & T ComputerActive
  8. At the risk of sounding like a necro-filer here, given it's been just over 9 years since you asked, @Allan, did you ever find this? If not, I'll pull my ANALOG disk collection and image it up if it's in there. --Tim
  9. I recently went with the SuperCard Pro option since the Kryoflux continues to be blocked for shipping to the USA, and I'd been using a TEAC FD-55GFR with a previous floppy capture device-- but I didn't see it mentioned in the list here. Should I expect any problems, and are there any specifics I need to be made aware of before I return to disk archiving, this time with the SCP? So far, someone noted to read to 41 for extra information, but is there anything else? Thanks, in advance, --Tim
  10. Yeah, not to mention the racism of the place as well as the sexual harassment I had to see the women put up with (who didn't quit the place). Bygones. Bygones. --Tim
  11. This is interesting... Alright, so as I mentioned, the specific MIDIMate II package might not have its manual (I'm going to assume no at this point) but... In one of the MIDIMate III packages there IS a MIDIMate II manual with the MIDIMate III Addendum for the 130XE release... whereas the other MIDIMate III package has a spiral-bound manual specific to the III. --Tim
  12. I must've been typing up an edit of my post... but the only one that doesn't seem to have docs/manual is the MIDIMate II box/case. . . just the original disk for MIDIMate II. I have the original manuals/docs/disks for the MIDIMate III set, however. Hope that was less confusing? --Tim
  13. Hey there, @Allan, The three larger boxes (one was mistakenly inside the storage cabinet) are their MidiMate packages (2 x MIDIMate III, 1 x MIDIMate II), and the smaller but similarly-styled case is their MidiPatch. I haven't made it to the sound apps yet (I had adopted a compatible Casio keyboard to go-with for when I finally do), but a brief glance just now and it looks like (not counting the included MidiMate devices themselves) the manuals and floppies are present and accounted for. I believe I have maybe 3 more orphaned (no case, no docs, no discs) MidiMate devices, too, but those I keep in a storage drawer. --Tim Addendum: The MIDIMate II is lacking the manual/docs but I might have put them in my file cabinet with all the other documentation I've accumulated. But maybe not. I'm still in the process of inventorying everything, believe it or not! /facepalm
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