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About Dinadan67

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  1. I got mine from Ebay, they are still available: https://www.ebay.de/itm/324356741387
  2. You can get Freddie-replacements from a shop in Poland: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124704063542?hash=item1d08f10036:g:0yUAAOSwLjxgjGF9
  3. I finally connected my keyboard to a Windows PC with Altirra. There are a few differences. In Altirra all keys are mapped like the markings on the keys, i get '<', '>', '@' and " on the normal positions. Connected to the Atari i get " with shift-'2', @ with shift-'8', '[' with shift-',' and ']' with shift-'.' In Altirra the 'break'-key ist mapped to F7, on the Atari with USB-Adapter it is not. There are no mapped keys for '<', '>' and 'break' at all. @candle if you want to investigate the problem further, i could send you my keyboard for testing.
  4. No problem here on Safari, Firefox and Chrome 🤷‍♂️
  5. The version from @ndary is actually very cool:
  6. A 2.95 € DVI-I to VGA adapter. In conjunction with the VGA->Scart cable from Lotharek i can connect my 800XE to an 1084 monitor and enjoy glorious RGB 🙂 The cable is meant for Lotharek's FPGA-computer: https://lotharek.pl/productdetail.php?id=171
  7. Zaxon now sells Fujinet v1.5 for a slightly higher price: https://www.sellmyretro.com/offer/details/48429
  8. I tried this today on real hardware, incredible stuff!
  9. @bocianu Did you develop your own Atarimax compatible cartridge?
  10. Cool. Does it fit in the 576NUC+ ?
  11. I get nice artifacting colours from my NTSC 576NUC+ using composite on the RetroTink 2X Pro 👍
  12. They were never sold in PAL countries. The only Atari 8bit i have never seen in real live, only on photos.
  13. I was told by a fellow Abbuc member that it actually works, but the Ranger acts as paddle 2, which is the default for one player games on the 2600. To make it work with 8bit games you can do a little soldering to behave as paddle 1.
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