Tag Archives: preservation

One day I’ll get them all fixed and release an updated version

I was looking at Level 6 design files for LN2 this evening when I spotted that there’s also another design issue at this level. This is the room where the rope can be collected. Have a look at the table right … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC Touchscreen?

As I received a few requests to produce more DC2N5-LC devices I’ll state my point here: to start with I am unable to buy additional displays at a reasonable price. Secondly, I haven’t got the time to build these devices. However, there … Continue reading

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Change request for DC2N5-LC implemented

The other day Nuno suggested showing some version information in DC2N5-LC, and I agree that’s something that would be beneficial. Along with the version number I am now also displaying the system date and time, after a time synchronisation file has been read in, … Continue reading

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Latest DC2N4-LC GUI clients tested successfully

After having worked out a simple way to expose additional dumping modes in DC2N4-LC GUI clients, as it was already occurring in CLI clients, I implemented the relevant changes. Over the weekend I finally managed to run a few tests. I am … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC both GUI clients updated

I had a few minutes today after work to also update the GTK+ version of my DC2N4-LC GUI client. The update was actually quite quick. Here’s how the sampling options dialog looks like: Again, this version exposes all dumping modes, … Continue reading

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The difference with Cassette read line on C64 and C16/+4

I’ve commented a few times on this subject but it seems that some people still find it obscure. Also, some of those who read my explanation on this seem to periodically forget it, including SLC 😛 Therefore here’s how it works, in … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC native Windows client updated for smooth support of Spectravideo and MSX inverted signals

I had some time to expose all DC2N4-LC dumping modes in the native Windows client and I decided to do so in a similar way as I do in the commandline client. For C64 and VIC 20, it all stays pretty … Continue reading

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