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by JonB
09 Nov 2013 09:54
Forum: GENERAL DISCUSSIONS
Topic: Do members like the colour scheme of the forum?
Replies: 15
Views: 8614

Re: Do members like the colour scheme of the forum?

I was going to try that this morning (select another theme). Shame there's no alternative.
by JonB
08 Nov 2013 21:16
Forum: GENERAL DISCUSSIONS
Topic: Do members like the colour scheme of the forum?
Replies: 15
Views: 8614

Re: Do members like the colour scheme of the forum?

Hate it, now I am using the forum in anger. See my other (similar thread).. Doh. Thing is, it looks cool on a 30 year old brushed aluminium computer, but not on a screen where you have to read a load of text. My eyes hurt! Compare it with, say, this one: http://stardot.org.uk/forums/ Se what I mean?
by JonB
08 Nov 2013 19:40
Forum: HARDWARE
Topic: For Sale: Replacement components for MTX machines(RAMs etc.)
Replies: 5
Views: 3110

Re: For Sale: Replacement components for MTX machines(RAMs e

Hi Dave

What would you say are the typical failure points?

JonB
by JonB
08 Nov 2013 19:19
Forum: GENERAL DISCUSSIONS
Topic: Hard to read forum colours
Replies: 12
Views: 7612

Hard to read forum colours

I find this forum very dark and hard to read. It's the red on black colour scheme. Very MTX-like, but not very legible. Any chance of brightening it up a bit? Anyone else got thoughts?
by JonB
08 Nov 2013 19:17
Forum: HARDWARE
Topic: Easiest way to get RGB out of the MTX?
Replies: 14
Views: 7039

Easiest way to get RGB out of the MTX?

Hi there I read that the VDP supports RGB. I have my 512 hooked up with composite video, pretty mediocre picture quality, and I would like to try RGB. I also have some colour problems where a red line drawn with a RST10 call looked yellow. Might be the TV. Also, a line drawn against the left hand bo...
by JonB
08 Nov 2013 19:13
Forum: HARDWARE
Topic: Power supply overhaul?
Replies: 2
Views: 1996

Power supply overhaul?

Does the power supply need to be recapped? I guess from the weight of it it is a simple transformer / rectifier affair. The reason I ask is I saw some posts in my travels that talked about power block meltdown! and I don't want it to happen to mine. Any preventative measures I can take?

Cheers

JonB