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but I was expecting to see it as like on my PC, something like:

PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, OR, United States (KPDX) 45-35N 122-36W 7M

Mar 08, 2019 - 03:53 PM EST / 2019.03.08 2053 UTC

Wind: from the SSW (200 degrees) at 9 MPH (8 KT):0

Visibility: 10 mile(s):0

Sky conditions: overcast

Precipitation last hour: A trace

Temperature: 41.0 F (5.0 C)

Dew Point: 35.1 F (1.7 C)

Relative Humidity: 79%

Pressure (altimeter): 30 in. Hg (1015 hPa)

Pressure tendency: 0.01 inches (0.5 hPa) lower than three hours ago

ob: KPDX 082053Z 20008KT 10SM OVC016 05/02 A3000 RMK AO2 RAE50 SLP159 P0000 60000 T00500017 58005

cycle: 21

 

 

I get what you see below, but YES, using the F18A's 80 column capability for display would be AWESOME!

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80 col is not gonna work with the compiler, I can however make an extended basic program that works with harry's f18a 80col xb mod

 

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I get what you see below, but YES, using the F18A's 80 column capability for display would be AWESOME!

 

I am not getting that on my screen only the HTTP code reference. (thus not the text output)

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I am not getting that on my screen only the HTTP code reference. (thus not the text output)

Do you have the latest weather program i posted above? If you are running the old version it will not work due to http-https redirect

 

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Very nice PDF. I just printed it out to have for safe keeping as it puts a lot of information together all in one spot.

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Is there a way to access the games at www.myti99.com not via real TI + TIPI (or via Stuart's Browser and one of the two options?)

 

Reason: I am halfway a chess game with GcMcGill and Jwild, but hardly behind my TI and next weeks travelling overseas.

 

Would be nice if the TIPI is emulated and can be access e.g. via JS99er.net, Classic99 or via a simple webuserinterface at www.myti99.com

(at least to continue the Chess game)

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Is there a way to access the games at www.myti99.com not via real TI + TIPI (or via Stuart's Browser and one of the two options?)

 

Reason: I am halfway a chess game with GcMcGill and Jwild, but hardly behind my TI and next weeks travelling overseas.

 

Would be nice if the TIPI is emulated and can be access e.g. via JS99er.net, Classic99 or via a simple webuserinterface at www.myti99.com

(at least to continue the Chess game)

Nope

 

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With adamantyr's permission, I have converted the assembly language version of TI-TREK to a .BIN format for FG99 use. It can be downloaded from HERE or download the attached file.

 

TI-Trek.zip

 

 

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With adamantyr's permission, I have converted the assembly language version of TI-TREK to a .BIN format for FG99 use. It can be downloaded from HERE

The second link is not working

 

404 Not Found
  • Code: NoSuchKey
  • Message: The specified key does not exist.
  • Key: misc/titrek.zip
  • RequestId: 7471C0A58BC853DB
  • HostId: ai/vkS4aEhhGAKBLFCJ6CE8f9MF45lMYYilfla8A12GFH5aeFJ64K1daNE70xJivem7VH0W8P8s=

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With adamantyr's permission, I have converted the assembly language version of TI-TREK to a .BIN format for FG99 use. It can be downloaded from HERE or download the attached file.

 

attachicon.gifTI-Trek.zip

 

I used to play this game a long, long time ago! It'll be interesting to see how much faster it is.

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The second link is not working

404 Not Found

  • Code: NoSuchKey
  • Message: The specified key does not exist.
  • Key: misc/titrek.zip
  • RequestId: 7471C0A58BC853DB
  • HostId: ai/vkS4aEhhGAKBLFCJ6CE8f9MF45lMYYilfla8A12GFH5aeFJ64K1daNE70xJivem7VH0W8P8s=

Hmmm I'll look into that tonight. I know I put the file there!

 

EDIT: Fixed, I had the wrong filename. Plus Amazon S3 is case-sensitive. :)

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A new TIPI enabled software under development: Force Command ( a command line shell + ftp client )

 

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/290966-force-command-kinda-like-commandcom-from-1985/?p=4271216

 

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It doesn't require TIPI... but cross posting as it does support TIPI specific features.

 

It does require either a FinalGROM99 or UberGROM.

 

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TIPI chess:

* Somehow the Queen's and Kings are at the wrong start position. Except in the gmcGill game

*Also I cannot figure out how to find an opponent I have only now 1 openeca4650fd2164e32f2b09d332cc1f04e.jpg5b3456fb816691d11ed69cffae698e02.jpgdf4f15d26d23ef0839ce0eb8e8010c05.jpg9127a1fba3d52a1eb9fd62c0b4cd37f5.jpg

 

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I have a silly question--

 

It is possible to get the pi to do software midi synth (fluidsynth and pals), and you can get stereo output off of one. IIRC, the audio leads are exposed on the TI's sidecar connector, so it should be possible to slave the connected pi as a music generation device, controlled by sending midi messages over the connection used to do telnet.

 

obligatory info on how to drive audio out off gpio pins
 

Has anyone done that?

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(circuitry fun)

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On 10/5/2019 at 6:44 AM, wierd_w said:

I have a silly question--

 

It is possible to get the pi to do software midi synth (fluidsynth and pals), and you can get stereo output off of one. IIRC, the audio leads are exposed on the TI's sidecar connector, so it should be possible to slave the connected pi as a music generation device, controlled by sending midi messages over the connection used to do telnet.

 

obligatory info on how to drive audio out off gpio pins
 

Has anyone done that?

 

The idea came up a couple times in early days... it is not hard to add extra extensions to the messaging system. I have fluidsynth and a roland mt-32 emulator on a separate PI 3 that I use with my Amiga, mostly for the experience of playing some of the old Sierra games that supported it.   

 

I don't know music well enough to drive MIDI through the TIPI interface, or propose a solution... quickly googling, there is https://github.com/nwhitehead/pyfluidsynth  --  I could probably encode access via that library so you can control the fluidsynth from a TI-99.  Someone with a real goal should propose a bytecode programming interface...  And then I could teach you how to realize that through TIPI RawExtensions. 

 

MIDI might be a good bytecode programming interface, but I don't know, it's complicated. 

 

I personally have been noodling with a YM2413 chip... 

 

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You just write midi messages to the midi device in the device tree like a file.  You can send such messages with echo.  Since you give telnet/console already, it should be doable right now.

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