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    Default Some fun with a Model 4P and FreHD

    Hi all,

    I just wanted to mention that I recently acquired a Model 4P and installed FreHD, which works great. I had written a game for the TRS-80 Model 1 as a teenager called "Catch!" which was based on "Kaboom!" for Atari. It was slow, being written in Level II BASIC, but I added a few features to make up for it. Well, I finally got to recode it from a printout I've held onto. I was terrific to see it running again after three decades!

    Anyway, I blogged about it of course, and posted a short video on YouTube in case anyone is interested.

    Now, if I can just figure a good way to get the code off of it so I can post it. I'm open to suggestions...

    Anway, FreHD is terrific, and it's great to be tinkering with a TRS-80 again!

    Craig

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    Quote Originally Posted by strangeluck View Post
    Now, if I can just figure a good way to get the code off of it so I can post it. I'm open to suggestions...
    You can export the program to your SD Card using the FreHD EXPORT2 utility and then put the SD card in your Mac/PC and share the game with the world!

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    Nice work.

    Save your game in ASCII format and then Export it to a file on the SD Card - you should the be able to open it with a simple text editor like Notepad.

    Cheers,

    Ian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRS-Ian View Post
    Save your game in ASCII format and then Export it to a file on the SD Card - you should the be able to open it with a simple text editor like Notepad.
    Thank you! Again, FreHD is an outstanding bit of hardware. I see a hi-res card in my near future...

    Craig

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    Just watched the YouTube video; nice work Craig! I can't wait to try it out, but after your experience, I think I'll choose a gentle breeze for the wind speed when I play it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blendama View Post
    Just watched the YouTube video; nice work Craig! I can't wait to try it out, but after your experience, I think I'll choose a gentle breeze for the wind speed when I play it!
    Ha! Thanks! That did not go as I planned but hey, it kept the video short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pski View Post
    You can export the program to your SD Card using the FreHD EXPORT2 utility and then put the SD card in your Mac/PC and share the game with the world!
    Thank you! Somehow I missed all that!

    Craig

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