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Quote from: ikonsgr on 23:12, 31 January 23And going against the tide of rising prices, i announce a price decrease for all boards:

USIfAC II+Edge connector cable:  26euros from 27euros
ULIfAC +Edge connector cable:    43euros from 45euros
RAM/ROM BOARD:                          28euros from 29euros


All prices include register/tracked shipping.
I manage to get a batch of PIC MCU chips cheaper, thus the price cut!  ;)
Hi John,

so the ULIFAC is already the combination of USIFAC II and the new RAM/ROM board? And its not really much bigger than the USIFAC II as far as I can see on your picture, right?
If correct I order one ULIFAC to be sent to Austria.
Question, I have two working USIFAC II, do you have sufficient PIC's in stock or would it make sense to send the USIFAC's back to you so you can use their PIC's? 
#2
Games / Re: ALCON 2020 ORDER (second b...
Last post by vhenares - Today at 11:09
Abalore, I like any copy, pleases add me to list
#3
Games / Re: The Abbey of Crime - La A...
Last post by dragon - Today at 03:26
Perfect. Any caratule for the box?
#4
Honestly, the Amstrad knowledge available is huge, and it's brilliant. The CRTC Compendium that was released recently, wow. Far more information than we ever had during the machines' commercial life. 

I don't know about sprite compilers, that's a good question. I tend to write my own tools for that kind of thing, but they're not general purpose or fit for pubic release.
#5
Glad I could help!  :D
#6
Programming / Re: Hiring musician/sfx for a ...
Last post by SagaDS - Yesterday at 21:16
Hello,

Just a small update on the topic. I have started to work with gamecomposer (@chasebethea) on the gameplay score and other musics.

So no more hiring right now. Thanks for all the proposal, they were welcomed.

See you soon with a finished game that I hope you will play.
SagaDS

[Get out of here it's gonna blow  ;D ]
#7
Yeah I was told it worked! Thanks  :)
#8
I use that all the time  ;)
#9
Quote from: eto on Yesterday at 16:02
Quote from: Bryce on Yesterday at 13:27There were no CPC's produced with socketed RAM.
sorry, probably not clear, I meant: for all ICs that are socketed by AMSTRAD (e.g. CPU, Gate Array), the pitch width is "normal". For all ICs that are not in a socket, AMSTRAD used the wider pitch width (e.g. AY-3-8912).

The only exception to that rule (afaik) is the RAM of the 6128: In my 6128s RAM is soldered, but if I remove an IC I can directly put a socket in. With the 464s that I have that won't work. If I remove a RAM IC, a socket will not fit.

That's strange. I've just measured some 464 boards I have here and the footprints (including RAM) are all exactly the correct 2.54 x 7.62/15.24 pitch. In which direction is the pitch incorrect on your 464?

Bryce.
#10
Quote from: Gryzor on Yesterday at 18:21Wait, documentation says jpeg is natively supported, can you email me a sample? 
Easier said then done: PMs do not support attachments and I don't have your email address ;-)

I have uploaded an example in the CPC Wiki discussion.
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