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Thanks Curt, this was the secret. smile

PS: You have a PM.

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SVN r5647
Cosmac VIP (VP-711) driver
Game : Breakout (Quickload)

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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
For the gallery, Justin.

4004 Nixie Clock



How do you set/start the clock?!? Keys "1" and "2" are unresponsive on my SDLMESS build...


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For the gallery, Justin.

4004 Nixie Clock



How do you set/start the clock?!? Keys "1" and "2" are unresponsive on my SDLMESS build...


With the keys 1/2 on my MESS Windows binary build.

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Works for me, not that I entirely understand exactly how it all works, the buttons do do something, though. (SDLMESS current SVN, Ubuntu 8.04 x86_64)


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Definitely there must be something wrong: when I run the driver all I get are the four dots flashing and no digits in the nixie tubes. Keys "1" and "2" do nothing. (SDLMESS current, Gentoo x86_64)

BTW could you check this: start any driver, enter "Input (this machine)" and redefine any key, then press DEL to reset the definition to default - Segfault!


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BTW could you check this: start any driver, enter "Input (this machine)" and redefine any key, then press DEL to reset the definition to default - Segfault!


No segfault here, it just sets Delete to that input. What it does not do, though, is stop adding extra inputs. ie: When you select an input, enter a key, move to another input, then back again, it adds another input instead of clearing it and showing only the key just pressed. It should only add keys if you *don't* move to another input.


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Originally Posted By JoJo
Definitely there must be something wrong:


Sorry guys, on SDLMESS build (Gentoo x86_64) I can not test the 4004 Nixie Clock driver.


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SVN r5664
DECTalk DTC-01 (dectalk driver)

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PS: Can not record speech synthesis.

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Anna Wu: Yes, it doesn't have any input method yet, I'm working on that still. Eventually you should be able to either dump textfiles in it somehow or at least blindly type at it; I need to whip up a sort of 'virtual rs232 terminal' for it.
Or it could be attached to the vt100, too, if we ever get that working.

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