[Blindapple] Making silent Disks Talk?
vegaspipistrelle at gmail.com
Tue Oct 1 04:09:23 EDT 2013
Thanks, Byron. I have some qualified success here. I copied the hello file with Fid from the Echo tutorial disc, and now, of course, I'm informed that the Games disk I copied it to is an Echo tutorial. LOL The computer only did what I told it to do, naturally. I don't have the foggiest about writing code in, but I guess I could have copied a more generic hello file to the disk. Anyway, I've learned how to get into that much trouble; maybe I can learn to write a line of code. Many eons ago, I learned some QBasic and some of the JAWS scripting language, as hodge-podgy as that is.
enough rambling. this is fun, despite myself. :-P Hahaha.
On Sep 29, 2013, at 11:41 PM, Byron Stephens <bstephens122874 at shaw.ca> wrote:
> If you have the brlboot.dsk in drive one, you could use the fid program to copy textalker.ram and textalker.ram.obj to what disk you'd like, but once you do that, you will have to write a line of code to the hello program of whatever disk you're working on to load textalker and have the disk come up talking.
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>> For the Apple Mess Emulator, is there a way to make the non-talking discs talk? Or are these not going to be easily useable? http://jaybird.no-ip.info/disks/emulator/
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