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Title: An CPC exemple of Mandela effect?
Post by: m_dr_m on 08:07, 23 January 21
I was convinced it was Multiface II. The wiki also spells it that way.


Yet it always has been "multiface two". Well, the user manual uses "MULTIFACE 2" as well.



Quasar knows best! (http://futurs.chez.com/FindexQuasarCPC20.html)




 
Title: Re: An CPC exemple of Mandela effect?
Post by: Bryce on 11:46, 23 January 21
I thought you were talking about Winnie Mandela. I was expecting to see a picture of an Amstrad with a burning tyre around the monitor.

As for Multiface, you're correct. They never used roman numerals anywhere.

Bryce.
 
Title: Re: An CPC exemple of Mandela effect?
Post by: GUNHED on 18:22, 23 January 21
Yeah, that's about all the distortions the USA did to time in the 80ies...

However, I got a great example too (ok, not that great, but whatever...)

From Dobbertin there is a CP/M 2.2 version, which does use 128 KB RAM and provides a 63 KB TPA. Since version 1.4 it also supports timestamps and has Z80DOS instead of 8080 regular CP/M BDOS.

Now this CP/M version was running for years on every CPC. During the recent years it did crash all the time (different computers, different users). And now it runs again.

Well, enjoy your weekend!  :)