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My First Z80 Card for PEB

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Walid...

 

Maybe I'll tackle that as a Forth project after I get fbForth into a cartridge.

 

...lee

 

That would be awesome Lee!

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...Apart from that, the colors need some adjustment; the TMS9918 emulation is much closer to the real thing

I thought the colours seemed a bit off :). But still, it's a great picture ;)

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Hi !

For who never seen the z80 card for ti99 (like me icon_biggrin.gif before of now !!), i post here some picture... ;-D

i'm really curious to test it on my Peb but I am very worried ... I would not break it.

 

I Will Scan the manual in next weeks and will save on my site in download Section where you can be found a lot of other things.

i have tried one a friend had i it just used cpm disks i had through the p box disk drive as far as cpm disks go my collection by now may have deteriored over time

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If you still have any of those disks, it would be nice if you could image them and make them available. TI CP/M disks are not common at all. . .and definitely are worth preserving.

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The manual is present among the scanned stuff already, i know... but i can't find the link in AA at the moment.

 

EDIT:
http://atariage.com/forums/topic/248687-ti-99-docs-manuals-ebooks-lost-found/page-7?do=findComment&comment=3854009

 

still missing to found the other one scansion done in 2017.

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