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Model Rocketry and the TI-99/4A

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12 hours ago, --- Ω --- said:

Ever since the AtariAge upgrade, I've seen old messages with graphics that look like this...

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Can you please tell me where you are seeing this?

 

Thank you,

 

 ..Al

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15 hours ago, --- Ω --- said:

@Vorticon Update:  Your model rocket device and program inspired him.  He's now enrolled in a so-called 'running start program' and this fall will be taking some electronics college courses while still in high school.  👍

Thanks for the update! That's really good to hear. Best wishes for a successful future.

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6 minutes ago, --- Ω --- said:

In this instance <<HERE>>

Thanks, this is happening because the images are linked directly from the Gallery.  I have an open ticket with Invision to try and solve this issue, which I'm confident they will be able to do.

 

 ..Al

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If you're going to be using a vintage computer to blow off model rockets you will want to use a manual safety key in series with the igniter.

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Nah... We live dangerously 😁 (but you're probably right. One glitch and boom...)

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Well, that was three years ago and he's still alive.  If I remember right, the original program did have a glitch on startup, but I tweaked it a tad for a little extra safety before passing along the program.

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