Started by Duke, 01:30, 02 February 19
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Quote from: genesis8 on 22:54, 19 July 20A french site was talking about another electronic device to do the same thing than the imperium, so I wrote a message about this cpcwiki thread.https://www.minimachines.net/actu/mouster-91143/
Quote from: Gryzor on 14:46, 20 July 20MouSTer looks nice, but aren't there USB solutions for the ST and the Amiga already?
Quote from: Gryzor on 15:06, 20 July 20Ah, ok. Is there an advantage though?
Quote from: GUNHED on 16:26, 14 July 20Sorry, but the signals stay switched on for a time still way too long (1 second). Please load FutureOS into your M4 card and move the mouse arrow. Then compare to version 1.0.6 (or more early). It's easy to see. Good luck!
Quote from: Gryzor on 18:03, 31 December 20Oh, can you sell me a 6128+ with two Solo integrated? 😀
Quote from: genesis8 on 19:36, 09 January 21Can I use the photos on my web site ?
Quote from: Skunkfish on 20:56, 09 January 21First CPC with USB ports built-in?! So are the regular joystick ports still usable with this mod? (I mean, not at the same time as a USB controller/mouse - that would be mad!)
Quote from: Hammer on 10:50, 23 January 23Quote from: genesis8 on 22:54, 19 July 20A french site was talking about another electronic device to do the same thing than the imperium, so I wrote a message about this cpcwiki thread.https://www.minimachines.net/actu/mouster-91143/I just bought the MouSTer. It's availabel here. But it doesn't work on the Amstrad CPC, because it uses power supply provides by the joystick port itself. Which is no problem on the Commodore C64. But the device stays dead on the Amstrad due to it's lack of voltage. So question to the @Duke: is there a way to wire power supply to the joystick port?
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