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Hi, anyone got a manual for Mallard BASIC (PCW version if applicable)?

Drilling deeper would anyone know how to display the coordinates of the Electric Studio light pen for testing purposes? I wrote a BASIC program for the C64 that could show joystick coordinates for example.

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Don't fear, my friend! The PCWWiki comes to the rescue!  ;)
Brilliant! I'll check it out 🤞

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Formerly of The Blue Ribbon Soundworks – makers of SuperJAM! and Bars & Pipes for Amiga