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It is unfortunate that only a few pages of the 9985 documentation surfaced. . .the rest of that one would be an interesting read.

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Medames et Monsieurs,

 

trouvez-les ici quelques scans pour le TI-99/4F, de Farbice Montupet :)

 

Merci beaucoup

xXx

 

 

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Merci bien mon ami! Ca c'est une surprise tellement agréable!

 

Mais à l’avenir, laisser les postes en français à moi et celles en l’allemand a toi s'il te plait...d'accord?? <grand sourire mal>

 

(I think the spell checker just had a seizure!)

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Nah, you really want to see it have a seizure, just let me at it. I end up putting English, German, Turkish, and French into the same message once in a while--that really gives it conniptions. . . :)

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hmmm, I don´t know. And I cannot remember where I found this one here, but it was not scanned by me.....

But if I find something in my piles, I´ll scan it, of course :)

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a friend from UK, her name is Laura, offer to us this nice brochure that was printed in Argentina:

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I always thought it might be nice to have a brochure about the TI-99/4A forum here at at Atari Age. As our members around the world go to different places like computer events, they could 'drop one or two' in places where they could be viewed or taken. I would be willing to print a few up for the cause. Imagine if all of us here just printed up a half-dozen or so, how many potential new member we could possibly recruit.

 

I've seen some of the professional quality work that Ciro has done over the years on TI stuff... :-D

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I still have to scan in the books and manuals I have from Argentina. About half of the books printed there were original titles, the rest were translations of the TI books from Compute!

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I wrote a rough-pamphlet I called "Easy Assembly" back in 1992.

It is on the free to download http://hexbus.com/ti/books list.

I sold it at a couple of TI Conventions (Arizona then Utah) to pay for gas.

It had a single floppy disk containing some primitive assembly code that accessed the rare and beautiful 'bit-map mode'.

I sold it for $10, it cost $4 to make.

It was nice to be able to contribute in a small way.

I go by Robert Webb now. Thank you all for contributing to this most enjoyable machine. Our 99/4A.

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