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8 hours ago, DavidC said:

Funnel Web. It is amazing. 

I tried that back in the late 80's, but for some reason I never adopted it.  How does it work with your F18A?  Do you get 80 columns out of it?  

Could post a link to the latest version so we could all give it a go?

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80 columns?   I don't know anything about that...I use it to load EA/ games from my CF7+.   It's brilliant for that.  Reads the directory and loads and runs from regular extended basic. .  I will find the link or upload the file. It is on my CF card...

 

edit: found the link for Funnelweb for CF7+/NanoPeb..Vorticon made it work...not real sure of the protocol concerning linking stuff...don't want to get in trouble on my first day...

 

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9 hours ago, DavidC said:

... here is my 32k "In the console" F18 equipped CF7+ ...

11 minutes ago, DavidC said:

80 columns?   I don't know anything about that...I use it to load EA/ games from my CF7+.

 

Oh, I must have misunderstood, I thought you had an F18A video enhancement, so was wondering if it displayed the full 80 columns that I thought Funnelweb was capable of.  I've been using Force Command which is a DOS that resides in the FinalGROM.

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The program I use the most, which makes it the most useful one in my collection I guess is: CALENDAR 

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I keep my schedule, appointment dates and other things on it since it does not share my personal data with Micro$haft, Google or any other personal data mining company.  It can be used without a Triple Tech real time clock, although it's better with one.  Sadly this is one program that has NOT been 'updated' for use with the TIPI's RPi clock, which would make it much more awesome and useful to a greater number of TI'ers.

The file program is attached below for download, but I had to add a .BIN extension so it would upload to this site.  It's NOT a cartridge program, but a standard E/A5 so just remove the extension before use.  Enjoy!

 

CALENDAR.BIN

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