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About KG7PFS

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  1. I'm glad I don't have a D. I could get a new C128 for less - but I'd still have one that needs fixing.
  2. I've read that the Apple RAM expantion for the IIc is not compatible with the IIc Plus. Is that true? Is there an easy way to fix it? I just ordered one and I need to know witch "c" to put it in.
  3. The application on the screen in this picture appears to be some kind of sound editor or player. What is it called? What can it do? Where can I get it?
  4. By "F-key" I meant F1/F2, F3/F4, etc. The plunger in this auction is exactly not what I need - but have several of. Anyway, I'll check Lemon64. Thanks.
  5. Come on, there *must* be someone out there with either some key plungers in their spare parts pile, or with a 3D printer. Am I the only one who has ever broke an F-key?
  6. I accidentally found this picture on google. What is it?
  7. That's exactly what I want. The first problem with the Atarimax Multicart is that it depends on a PC. That's almost as bad as using an emulator. I've never used an emulator and I'm not going to. I hate having the PC involved in the 8-bit network at all. If I do give in and use Atarimax, there may be two more problems. I've been looking at the maxflash manual, and it tells how to install 8k cartridge images, but isn't Diamond a 16k bank switched cartridge? If I'm going to set up a Multicart with Diamond, I'd also like to use OSS Basic XE, another pass though cartridge. Can Maxflash deal with bank swiched or pass through cartridges?
  8. I'll keep that in mind, but I'd rather do it the old fasioned way. Besides, I don't have a multicart.
  9. Is it possible to order a *functional* (don't care if it's original, modified, reproduction, etc.) Diamond G.O.S. 3.0 cartridge? Where and how much?
  10. I don't know how it happened, but when my C128 was in storage, all four F-keys were damaged. The key tops and springs are fine, but the plungers are cracked, causing the key to stay down when pressed. This makes it difficult to use the computer. I ordered replacement key plungers on eBay, and found out the hard way that different keys have different plungers. Does anyone know where I can get original or reproduction (3D printed?) key plungers for the F-keys?
  11. Would an Atari SC1224 work with the CoCo?
  12. Why bother dragging a pee sea into it? Phantomgraph, for the Tandy Color Computer 3, OS-9 Level 2, does charts & graphs, and presentations. That proves it can be done on a good 8-bit computer. Oddly enough, I can't remember any other presentation app for Atari, Commodore, TI, or Apple. There must be others.
  13. Wow, that's really too bad. The hardware (once you figure out what works well together) looks amazing.
  14. It sounds like it to me too. I don't like emulators, and I won't involve a P.C. in the classic network. I really like the old "TV, tape disk and cartridge" home computers, and the big 4 (I require 4) from the early 80's are the CoCo 2, Atari something, C64, and ti 99/4a. I was hoping for a 1985-86 version of the 99/4a, like the C128 etc. The Geneve *sounds* (so far) more like an "Amiga equivalent" (like Amiga, Atari ST, Archimedes, etc.) with very little native software. I am probably wrong about software, but Probably not what I'm looking for right now, but considering it's strengths, I really wish it was better known.
  15. No thanks, I don't use emulators.
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