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  1. PAYPAL STILL USED MY BALANCE when I have funds in MULTIPLE Currencies + Bank Account

    Quote Originally Posted by inotarobot View Post
    PAYPAL USED MY BALANCE despite my SELECTING MY BANK ACCOUNT when I have MULTIPLE International Currencies set up

    I am SUPER SUPER Angry, in fact, HIGHLY LIVID with Paypal for their convoluted and contradictory way of their sites handling of user choosable Payment options, when one has multiple currencies selected and funds, other than one's home currency in their Balance.



    Note this above from their site says
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  2. Netronics Explorer 85 S100 System

    Quote Originally Posted by nomisimon View Post
    Hello everyone

    Has anyone else got a Netronics Floppy 1-A controller with documentation?

    Maybe you have one in your computer.

    I have one and have a couple of questions; hoping someone here can help.

    Thanks

    Simon, Corbridge, UK
    Hi did you ever find anything?

    I have two CDC 8" floppy drives but no controller. Looking for one or any info on one.
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  3. APL\360 typeball for the IBM 1052 and I/O Selectric

    This is just for a bit of fun, now you can 3D print your own APL\360 typeball ('golfball') for a Selectric, I/O Selectric, 1052 printer-keyboard or IBM 1130:

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    You can find it at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4126040
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  4. Oric Atmos Missing key wanted.

    Quote Originally Posted by GiGaBiTe View Post
    You could try making your own with a resin cast in a silicone mold, or design one in 3d modeling software and print it. A resin printer would give you the best results, but a good FDM 3D printer can make acceptable models.
    Thank you. That would be the last option. I still keep my fingers crossed, for an original replacement.
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  5. How did you run an Emissions Diagnostic in the 80's?

    In my last article I discussed AMC's CeC fuel feedback and emissions control system and specifically how to depot it for the purpose of reverse engineering. This consisted of one Intel MCS-48 microcontroller and a dozen inputs and outputs. This was pretty normal for the time and other automotive manufacturers were using similar designs, if not borrowing from one another. The problem with going this route however was that the system was closed-minded. There was no OBD2 and there was also no OBD1. ...