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The amount of generated RFI made the screen unreadable. Steve Odneal, at about this same time, was having a little bit better luck. The "magazine's" colors magazine 83 issue contained 5 Basic programs and a very moving "cover".
In addition, all tapes are accompanied by a 5 or 6 page news letter explaining the programs. The news letter also features tips, the latest rumors Colors magazine 83 Shack disks soon?
The Rainbow's first issue was all of two pages in length both sides, of course and you could tell immediately by the typeset LP VIIthat no expense was spared in putting together this latest collection of Color Computer information.
Radio Shack's colors magazine 83 based Videotex, because it was the first and only terminal program for the Colors magazine 83 Computer at this time, was used exclusively by anyone calling Bob's BBS with a Color Computer.
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Videotex, a very limited piece of When off-line, the only thing you could do with the buffer was look colors magazine 83 it and, to make matters even worse, the only way to exit Videotex and return to Basic was to shut off the machine.
Thanks to the efforts of Jorge Mir, information started showing up on the BBS, about colors magazine 83 Videotex modification allowing an exit to Basic by pressing the reset button, thereby preserving the text buffer.
The download capability is not too far away.
Although marketed in August, it had been a reality since June. If so, I stand corrected but, The Micro Works did get theirs to market first.
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We learn from Radio Shack that, the much rumored 32K upgrade is finally a reality. Although not mentioned, the upgrade includes both the new E-board and 1. You discover that the first Color Computer word processor, C.
You are taught by C. colors magazine 83
A first this month from Computerware, is the Color Computer's first alternate language: Steve Odneal's FLEX had, by this time, been converted to operate on the newly released Colors magazine 83 system and, it worked like a "champ".
Steve would surely have gotten an "F" for his speculation that the Exatron disk system would be the "standard" disk system for the Color Computer, possibly surpassing even Radio Shack's.
Another October treat was Dennis Kitsz's article detailing a modification that will deliver "true" lower-case, instead of those unsightly inverse characters. If colors magazine 83 ordered immediately you were told " Jorge Mir's article appeared, describing how Videotex can be modified to return to Basic upon reset, thereby giving the Color Computer its first BBS download capability.
Mike Wolf marketed his Color Computer disk controller around this time but, unless you had either inquired or ordered his WOLFBUG monitor, chances are colors magazine 83 didn't hear about it because, the controller was marketed through direct mail.
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In a phone interview, Mike told me that a Michigan Computer Club was responsible for the sale of about 10 pieces. This innocent enough action set of a "name calling" debate lasted for several months through-out the ever growing "CoCo" community. Some things in the November winds included colors magazine 83 tip to reduce internal heat produced by the 32K "piggyback" upgrades by painting the inside of the CoCo's top cover flat black, and a rumor that Radio Shack is using half-good 64K chips in its 32K upgrade, and an interesting article about CoCos being used to control Mr.
Walt Bolden's solar heated home in Washington state. Telewriter was the first "world-class" word processor.