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Thanks for the replies. Looks like it would be a bit too complex for my abilities. Maybe I should just keep looking out for a Memotech keyboard or something similar on ebay. I imagine they are as rare as hens teeth.
If I wanted to make or repurpose a keyboard to use with a ZX81, is it safe to use the A8..15 Lines and the 5v connections on the edge connector? I know I'd need the pull-up resisters and the diodes, but would it be safe to do so? It would be nice to have an external keyboard which plugs into the bac...
- Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:34 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: TI99/4A KEYBOARD ADAPTATION
- Replies: 41
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That is a lovely tidy job. I rewired an Electron keyboard to use with my speccy clone, but it was like sphagetti. You said that you had removed some extra keys. Did you not consider keeping one as a reset key? I did that with my Harlequin (Used the ESC key), but it was easy because there was a reset...
- Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:29 am
- Forum: Sinclair Misc
- Topic: Image on CRT's in Fast mode?
- Replies: 12
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As i remember it was just a grey screen, sometimes with very slight interference, also sometimes you could turn the sound up and hear the cpu... Of course if your TV has a no signal blue screen it will vert soon go blue :mrgreen: Regards Andy That is how I remember it too. I can remember in 3D Mons...
Thanks for that. I compiled it earlier with no problems at all.chernandezba wrote: ↑Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:30 pm
No, it's not difficult. See file INSTALL:
https://sourceforge.net/p/zesarux/code/ ... ee/INSTALL
No version for Linux? I run the windows version of ZEsarUX on Linux using WINE. If you're not aware of this project the URL is www.winehq.org Becky. [Edit - Wrong URL] Why? You can always try a stable compiled version for Linux or compile the source code on Linux... It's not the best choice to run ...
- Sun Jan 03, 2016 6:05 pm
- Forum: Emulators
- Topic: New version emulator ZEsarUX 3.1
- Replies: 17
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I have just downloaded the 'unstable' version of ZEsarUX and have been having a play with it. It looks really good. I really like the z88 emulation on it. I've just dug out my Z88 and have been thinking of making more use of it.