The *meow* auction we've all been waiting for *meow*
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 22 20:24:31 CST 2006
I've gathered a bunch of information for the Cat and expect to get
this put up on Bruce's DigiBarn page. It is a bit much for a
post and is better on a web page. The one thing I was looking for,
the ability to reconfigure printer esc sequences, I found. One could,
using this information, configure the Cat for most any printer.
I've not tried it yet. My HP 3si has a bad supply but I hope to get
things running again soon so I can test things out. It does look relatively
straight forward to change the strings.
I've left my email address with the seller of the Canon Cat so I
hope the buyer contacts me.
>From: "Witchy" <witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk>
>On Fri, December 22, 2006 03:57, dwight elvey wrote:
> > I also know what made methods were used. It didn't
> > include a language with type checking or any such methods.
> > Jef Raskin understood how it was done and did it again
> > in later products.
>And I bet people including me didn't predict what it eventually sold for!
>(I'm not disappointed, I knew it'd be as much as that, I just can't afford
>that sort of money :))
>Binary Dinosaurs creator/curator
>www.binarydinosaurs.co.uk - the UKs biggest home computer collection?
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