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    Default December 2017 edition of TRS8BIT newsletter

    Hi everyone
    The December 2017 edition of TRS8BIT newsletter is now available from the downloads page at trs-80.org.uk
    Thanks to everyone who has contributed articles, it's much appreciated.
    Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

    Dusty & Dee

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    Bravo!

    Mike

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    Early Christmas gift! Thanks, Dusty and Dee.

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    Good read, thanks a lot Dusty & Mav!!
    (I just bought a M2 with blown caps so the article on the M2 PSU is most welcome!!)

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    Thanks Dusty

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    This is quite a full issue. Great to see!

    Tez
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    Thanks a lot to all contributors of this issue. Especially the trip reports to the TA were nice to read.

    There is one thing in Ian's line printer article I stumbled upon.
    For those new to retro computing, bidirectional printing was when then print head can print in both directions, the first line with the head going right, then the next line with the head going right.
    Shouldn't it read
    For those new to retro computing, bidirectional printing was when then print head can print in both directions, the first line with the head going right, then the next line with the head going left.
    ?

    -Rainer

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    Correct!

    Good to see someone one reads these articles of mine!

    Ian.
    *There is never a charge for Tech Support even if you don't purchase from me - We are Enthusiasts Helping Other Enthusiast and that is just the way it is

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