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8bitbaz: Oh, I'm sure you did, fella. It's my memory again. I d'load these menus but I don't always git chance to go through them all: I must have a bash at these Auras though as they seem to have some cracking bits n bobs onboard. Cheers Brenski & Baker. Jan 17, 2018 0:03:57 GMT *
BяеиsKi: - all of those Aura menus were shared by me on here over a year ago! but if anybody wants my googledrive link here you go drive.google.com/open?id=0B6IjqB2ttjP0X3I4TkhHYzJLZGs Jan 16, 2018 22:03:35 GMT *
Baker: I thought I'd posted his site somewhere before on AS, though at that time some of the Synapse area was still "under construction" and the Electronic Novels weren't there. lots of great stuff from all over the world all categorized by country and publisher Jan 16, 2018 21:18:33 GMT
8bitbaz: Some beauties archived-away there, mate. It's like Christmas all over again! Jan 16, 2018 20:32:09 GMT
Baker: 8-) Jan 16, 2018 20:20:01 GMT
8bitbaz: Thanks, buddy. Just d'loaded a stack of those AURA menus at: mrbacardi.000space.com/?i=3 BOOTIFUL! Jan 16, 2018 20:14:28 GMT
Baker: click on games at the top, then Synapse, then electronic novels. You will still have to get the books and manuals from Atarimania where the uncracked versions are at. Jan 16, 2018 20:08:54 GMT
8bitbaz: Cheers, Baker. I will investigate... Many thanks Jan 16, 2018 20:07:55 GMT
8bitbaz: Yes, we seem to have hit another spell of the 'great and the good' passing-on, Brenski. That voice of Delores was indeed something else. My Cranberries faves: Zombie, Ridiculous Thoughts and Desperate Andy...can't think why Jan 16, 2018 20:07:08 GMT
Baker: Here you go Baz, you still need two drives with both disks in on side 1, when it comes to the password from the book it just shows the hacker's name, no password needed, just continue mrbacardi.000space.com/?i=2 Jan 16, 2018 20:07:07 GMT
8bitbaz: It's not perfect, this new shoutbox, Fred, ie. the BOLD doesn't really look much bolder than normal type and it seems to be italic by default, but I do prefer it to the original, so well done, Brenski. What do other peeps think? Jan 16, 2018 20:03:37 GMT
8bitbaz: Baker - I'm very interested in those electronic novels - please drop me the link, buddy. Tim, you sound "snowed under" with work, mate. Drop in here for some leisure time whenever you can, fella. Jan 16, 2018 20:02:28 GMT
8bitbaz: I'm just back from driving through a blizzard in the wilds of Holderness just east of 'Ull. Rum do. Couldn't see a damn thing: white over. Mind, thawing out there now. Jan 16, 2018 20:01:11 GMT
Baker: Thanks Brenski Jan 16, 2018 19:52:17 GMT
timothykline: Thanks, 8bitbaz! Incredibly, I'm still pulling 50-hour work-weeks, so makes it tough to participate, much less fawn over my Atari gear. :-S So, I try to stop by for brief visits to see what I get to miss out on. Jan 16, 2018 19:37:22 GMT
Mclaneinc: Yes, a little confusing... Jan 16, 2018 18:35:35 GMT
Fred_M: To be honest ;) I think the old shoutbox was much easier to read... What do the other users think? Jan 16, 2018 18:04:30 GMT
BяеиsKi: - here you go, there's the "setup picture" at the top and various processes (dependent upon hardware) lower down atari.boards.net/thread/700/connecting-atari-pcs Jan 16, 2018 17:55:23 GMT *
Baker: I just made disks of Brimstone that I got from Mr. Bacardi's site with Prosystem and it loads up fine. Jan 16, 2018 17:09:57 GMT
Baker: LOL! Hey Brenski, what forum was your APE Prosystem guide in? I can't seem to find it. Isn't it a pinned topic? Jan 16, 2018 15:47:48 GMT *