Gifmod

TAKING A SECOND LOOK AT VERSION 2 (Menu Driven Cinemascope) In TRSTImes 2.6, I reviewed a sophisticated, valuable, and unique graphics program for the TRS-80 Model 4 entitled GIF4M0D4, by G.F.R Frank Slinkman. In this issue, I have the pleasure of reviewing a totally new GIF graphic file conversion utility entitled GIF4MOD4 Version 2. Why do I say it is totally new Because virtually every aspect of Version 2 has been improved or is a new feature, compared to Version 1. Why compare a program...

Prints

no - print more labels yes - check high byte is high byte 0 yes * end of labels decrement high byte go print more labels erase screen reset cursor to normal chr make cursor visible Since my iast essay on installing CP M on my VR DATA Hard Disk III, I have been diligently working at unraveling the internal structure of the HD driver program from Montezuma Micro which is close, but not right for my 5 Meg HD. My wife says I have been too diligent, but once I really got into it, it was hard to set...

The Swap Meet

WANTED Any literature, such as owner's or tech manuals for the Model III in Spanish. Basic manuals or anything of likely value to beginners. Will buy or pay to duplicate. Call Harold May. 312 325-1910 collect. WANTED I am looking for back issues of the Radio Shack Computer Catalog to complete my collection. I specifically need the following issues RSC-1,3,13,18E, 19E, 20E, 21E, and Software Buyers Guide 1st Edition. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Roy Beck. 2153 Cedarhurst Dr. Los...

Close

In closing this issue, our 14th, we would like to thank each one of the wonderful people who helped make it possible. David Berg's STANTEST BAS should be a big help to all our overworked and underpaid school teachers with a TRS-80, and there are many out there. Dr. Allen Jacobs, in his usual in-depth fashion, reviews version 2 of GIF4MOD4. The HINTS amp TIPS section feature goodies from Carol Welcomb, Robert Doerr, Don Bergthold, David Welsh, and Ye Faithful Editor. I thoroughly enjoy these, as...

Deep Sky Objects

What the heck. I like what I have, though it's changed a little in the last year. I added a 15 meg. hard drive. When that became too small, I switched to a 35 meg. drive. It happens to be faster. I have worked on a project for a while that involves the TRS-80 community. The Saguaro Astronomy Club released a database of deep sky objects and double stars for the IBM and MAC. With the help of a program by Luis Garcia-Barrio and much scutt work, I converted it to run on...