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9 hours ago, OLD CS1 said:

Bearing in mind that, outside of GPL, screen positions for G/H/VCHAR and PRINT/DISPLAY/INPUT/ACCEPT are off by two for the latter as the *CHAR subprograms deal in absolute screen coordinates, while the others deal in printable screen area, which cuts off two characters on each side of each row.

 

e.g. DISPLAY AT(1,1) cursor position is equivalent to CALL HCHAR(1,3,...)

Yes which is why 2 is the first column for PRINT/DISPLAY/INPUT/ACCEPT but G/H/VCHAR start at 0 is first column.

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10 hours ago, newTIboyRob said:

Naturally now I'm wondering if anyone has a copy of this Oldies But Goodies Games I either on cassette ...or just straight usable with the Nanopeb?

Dunno know much about the Nanopeb, but here should be the disk versions...

 

OLDIES BUT GOODIES GAMES I

 

OLDIES BUT GOODIES GAMES II

 

1 hour ago, newTIboyRob said:

Also, clicking on that second link just circled me back here?  (I don't see anything.)

Need an 's ...as in, https:

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Oh thank you. Also, I was under the impression that you needed the actual PRK cart for use with the Nanopeb, the same way you need the actual Multiplan and TI Writer carts, in addition to the disk images you have to put on the Nanopeb, to make the whole enchilada work?

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16 minutes ago, newTIboyRob said:

Oh thank you. Also, I was under the impression that you needed the actual PRK cart for use with the Nanopeb, the same way you need the actual Multiplan and TI Writer carts, in addition to the disk images you have to put on the Nanopeb, to make the whole enchilada work?

yes, you would need the actual cartridge if you want to use the added calls in TI Basic.

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.HFE files... Don't really know...seems to be, Yet Another Format...

...ti99dir63a... wouldn't open them...

I found this, HXCFLOPPYEMULATOR, last night, and was able to convert a few of the .hfe files, and examine with ti99dir63a...

It will batch convert files too... had to experiment with the different formats though...

 

HXCFLOPPYEMULATOR.EXE

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2 minutes ago, HOME AUTOMATION said:

.HFE files... Don't really know...seems to be, Yet Another Format...

...ti99dir63a... wouldn't open them...

I found this, HXCFLOPPYEMULATOR, last night, and was able to convert a few of the .hfe files, and examine with ti99dir63a...

It will batch convert files too... had to experiment with the different formats though...

 

HXCFLOPPYEMULATOR.EXE

Michael @mizapf's TIImagetool will open HFE images, so that you can transfer them to disk images, I believe it has the ability to work with volumes on the CF card too, though there is probably a process to get access to those volumes. I don't know if it'd do them directly off a CF card reader or not.

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