Multi-platform distribution format (Was: Backups [was
cisin at xenosoft.com
Mon Sep 21 13:22:21 CDT 2015
Ah, but when people with Valdocs wanted to change to another
word-processing system, as was likely to happen often in business, they
would contact, Chuck, me, or any of our colleagues in the disk format
The CP/M users might not have as frequent a conversion need, and/or might
be more likely to make use of other options, such as XMODEM.
Accordingly, WE saw Valdocs users more often than the other QX-10 users.
On Mon, 21 Sep 2015, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> On 09/21/2015 10:22 AM, tony duell wrote:
>> Have you ever read the technical manual for the QX10?
>> It appears there were 2 keyboards sold for it. One had Valdocs-specific
>> keys, the other (which seems more common over here, not that the QX10
>> is a common machine) doesn't and was used for a more standard
>> CP/M system.
> Yes, as well as a fair amount of TP/M source code. It's just that the QX-10s
> strong selling point was Valdocs and that's mostly why people bought the
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