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ASSES io ie Where, itd, Yo baz, (uguAt LT PLS, LI66% We hope you with be tene in Chevedand horn. he THIRD MIDWESTERN SINCLAIR COMPUTER CONFERENCE!

He hope you will forgive the smaller issue

for this 3 months. As you can well imagine, the Conference has kept us very busy!

We have TWO meeting every month: FAST SIDE meeting: First Friday: In the Euclidian room at

Euclid Square Mall Cbetween Babbit

and Ee60th of Ff of SO

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WEST SIDE meeting: Third Friday: In the basement of the Lakewood

Libraru. IS4teS Detroit Ave. wee H = 7 OO Dm A

PLEASE ATTEND! ! !

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We have TWO BBS’s:

TIMELINES: Open. to t/a) users only. Online 10pm to Gam EST. .300/1200 Baud,

Sf LAIN se hehe 216-671-693ee SYSOP: Robert Parish

CLEVELAND FREE NET: Open to all types of computers. We have a Special Intrest Group on this board. Phone: 216-368-3868, ec hours, 300/1200/2400 Baud.

HERE IS THE LATEST THAT WE HAVE ON THE 4 THIRD MIDWEST SINCLAIR CONPUTER CONFERERENCE! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

SOSERETTSESE RARER ESE TSE E TEES R ETRE Kee Eee eee eee sete eats The 1988 MIDWEST TIMEX AND SINCLAIR COMPUTER CONFERENCE CLEVELAND OHIO SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 27th & 28th, 1988 AT THE BECK CENTER FOR THE ARTS

17801 DETROIT AVE, LAKEWOOD, OHIO

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Sponsored by THE GREATER CLEVELAND SINCLAIR USER’S GROUP With the following co-sponsors:

ZEBRA SYSTEMS, CUYAHOGA VALLEY SOFTWARE, SYNCWARE NEWS, LEMKE SOFTWARE, BUDGET ROBOTICS, THE JOHN OLIGER COMPANY, SHARPS INC,., BRICE ROAD PHARMACY, SAF MICHIGAN, CATS, ISTUG, and THE SW PENNSYLVANIA USERS GROUP.

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$7.00 FOR BOTH DAYS (INCLUDES SATURDAY NIGHT HOSPITALITY)

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HOTELS: RAMADA INN, 20375 CENTER RIDGE RD. (US RT. 20) ROCKY RIVER, OH 1-800-272-6232 $39.90, SINGLE OR DOUBLE, CLOSESET HOTEL, NEAR I-99.

RED ROOF INN, I-90 & CROCKER RD, WESTLAKE, OH 1-809-848-7878, $29.50 SINGLE, $34.00 DOUBLE

SCOTTISH INN, 22115 BROOKPARK RD., FAIVIEW PARK, OH 216-734-4500, $28.50 SINGLE, $34 DOUBLE, NEAR 1-480

DAYS INN, 4181 W. 150th, CLEVELAND, OH, 214-252-7700 $52 SINGLE, $38 DOUBLE, NEAR 1-71

A complete listing is avatlable on Compuserve in the club section; on Timelines BBS, 216-671-6922, !OPM-GAM EST or SASE.

PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th: SUNDAY, AUGUST 28:

EXHIBIT HOURS: SAM TO 4PM EXHIBIT HOURS: SAM TO 3 PM SEMINARS: 10AM TO 4PM SEMINARS: 9AM TO 3PM FLEA MARKET: 4PN TO 6PM FLEA MARKET: 10AM TO 12 PM SEMINAR TOPICS:

MS DOS FOR THE AMSTAD: DICK SEIG

ROBOTICS WITH T/S COMPUTERS: BRUCE TAYLOR, BUDGET ROBOTICS

FORTH UPDATE FOR THE 2-80: GARY GANGER, DAYTON COMPUTER SOCIETY

VIDEO DIGITIZING: JAMES G. DUPUY, GCSUS THE PC-8300: RON HOPKINS-LUTZ, GCSUG

7-80 MACHINE CODE PROGRAMING: BASIL WENTWORTH, SYNCWARE NEWS

HARDWARE PROJECTS: JAMES G. DUPUY, GCSUG JAMES LEWIS, GCSU6

"C™ LANGUAGE SEMINAR: DAVID HOSHOR, G6CSUG

SATURDAY EVENING, 8PM HOSPITALITY AND USERS MEETING

This ig a current list but changes could be made. (Seminars) HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE!!!

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Howdy! The time te growing near! Scon the THIRD MIDWESTEPN SINCLAIR COMPUTES CONFESENCE will becose a reality! I knew I aa lseking forward ts seeing aany of vou there. I will be giving a

Sav. I will be digitizing aany of vou for future issues of PAMTCP! (] will be passing sut aany cspies ¢o0.! have a received 3 couple of CHANGES in the seminars that prasentec at the conference. t- Due to an illness in the , Bill Ferrebee (Desk Top Publishing) will not be nding the conference. In his place will be Dick Sei Ciscussing M$ DOS fcr the AMSTRAD, We have no further details stout Bill, but we sure hope things turn out OK! 2- We have a mew sgensor! This is Gary Sclogan representing Brice Road Pharnacy. We had Gary here for a deac on the Amstrad PC. It was very interesting!

Although John Oliger will not be attending the conference, we Will have literature sbout his disk svstem and the latest about hig 2.5 SAFE DOS. We will also have a couple of systems running the Qliger disk svstes. I have this svetem and feel that it’s the BEST! [t is alzo ccaoatable with SPOOS. This DOS does usa a Oif of RAN but allows 2 lot of nice features. Tom Sigon will be reorasanting Cuvahega Yalley Software, the distributers of SPpgs. |

All of you that intend to attend the hardware seminar, please ring 3 cassette recorder (voice! or a note pad. The projecte to be discussed are simple but notze sre inportant. We will be Ciscussing modifacaticns also, Those of vou whe plan to build the DIGITIZER please bring a cassette to get a copy of the software,

COMPUTER TIP FOR THE SINCLAIR LINE: Are you like me and have a real etach of boards behind your computer? If so, vou may be overloading the sugansicn bus. I recently had my 2448 bite the big one. | have no proof that overloading was ay problem, but I do hava a bunch of boarcs connectad. ‘Qliger expansion with "A", "2", Keacston adacter, Digitizer, 2040, 208°, and a centronics printer intarfaca. All thesa with the exception of the Oliser "P* Sosrd (I have an old "A* board! have 74L§ series [Ce in thea. Although the £€ ICs are low power, there are in my case, encugn to Se an averilsad according to the TIMEY service manual. A very gasy fix for this is ts sub out the LS ICs for HCT. (74HETOC) The "HCT" stands for High speed CMOS TTL compatible. I have found the the HC series alzo works 90% of the time. The ICs that reslly need to be changed are the ones that have any direct conneczion to the computer. Of course you may use all HC or HCTs since this will also drop power consumption dramatically and each HCT cr HC presents alaost no load to the computer. After Changing tc HC I cut av volt aap draw from 490 MA to 280 MA'(]

ave a seperate £ volt sucply for the extras) A few examples of LS chins to change are the 741919 in the connector PCS af the 2949, the address [Cs in the 2°84 modes ‘very early models), the LS [Cz on the Aercs printer interface. The newer Oliger boards (Ts, Please note that switching ICs is not a necessity = you have a lot of extra Soards attached. A sure sign of cading ig a Computer that crashes for no reason. I had a “SOA go out adout 8 acnthe before the finnal cutage. Remember

t the 7-89 and the SCLD in the 2048 ‘ULA) in the 1900/1840 nave many direct connections to the exsansion bus!

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PLESSE NOTE THAT IF YOU DECIDE TO CHANGE IC= ON YOUR EXTRA BOARDS [7 VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU S8SERVE PROPER GROUNDING PROCEDURES! THIS MEANS THAT YOU SHOULD USE A STATIC NAT, GROUNDED SOLDERING TRON (10-30 WATT! AND A WRIST STRAP!

AILURE TC £0 THIS CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER OF PERIPHESALS! Please alsa note that we WILL NOT be responsible for dagaces! You do this at your OWN risk! Please also note that there are THO 7414 (or 7404) ICs on the QLIGER "A" board. COQ NOT CHANSE THESE! If you have to desolder an IC, you would be wiss to put in a socket instead of soldering the new IC= in directly on the board. Future serviceability will auch easier. T used al] HC and all works fine. JAMCO2 is a good supplier.

James & DuPuy

NORTH COAST COMFUTER FATR CAMCELLED

The Fair scheduled for October i and £ at Euclid Square Mall has been cancelled by the new man-—

agement at the Mall. Despite earlier assurances that this year’s Fair would operate under the same conditions as last

year the manager insisted on our Providing liability insurance. When we could not do this they cancelled the Fair.

The idea of the Fair is still a good one. Akron does very well with theirs. [If anyone out there would like to scout out a

new location and take over the coordinator job, feel free to do so. [ would give the benefit of mY experience but would not un-

dertake the job. As the NCCF name may be registered, a new mame would be needed.

Max Schoenfeld Ex-Coordinator

N@TES , T. SIMON | Qne thing I have been doing lately ir ee a once ee re im Seo Rn ete ne I See a | “£8: using @ friend’s:capy of the AROS Se Si i sis Seas cs sak en etree sen eae Sica Senso cs nian eo ae | version of HUI=-2. Previously 1. was

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p | Still may not bes. Now I find that We are currently getting ready for | it is as powerful or more so than the Midwest Computer conference | the Spectrum Program | Machine comming up August e’th and eSth. IF Lightning. It is not quite as easy you can give a Few hours of time to to use, being an extremely thorough! help with the conference either at and complex program. Perhaps one of | the exhibit table or registration the enlightened ones out there will desk if you haven’t already. We need weite @ -serites: of -articies Or | maximum participation to make this a perhaps a book on the use of this) good event. Remember we are part of program. Once the system is learned a shrinking user base that needs like anything it becomes an every "Survivor” thats out there! Cw extremely powerful tool. You are Associates has announced that they able to look at code while it is ins will be attending the Midwest memory and you don’t have to worry, Computer Conference. They specialize about loading the cade into a in QL related products. different part of memory and examine | = -§t there «itn Hot~-<: 8ii -perts.. of | In a Time Designs evaluation of Ram are accessible. Hot-Z is

neusletters,we were judged th best | transparent until you need it. Ray. in the country of all the Sinclair Kingsley still has it available. user groups. Give Greg most of the write toa him at 1710 Oliver AVe., | credit and help him by sending in San Diego, California 932109 and > your articles and reviews as enclose a SASE. | programs. 7 | | An unnamed source, clcese to the Recently I had a chance to check out | heart of that most eclectic company, acopy of Steve Sutton’s Lightning | the Cuyahoga Valley Software Works, | Program for the QL. While I can not, tells me that they will be comming) compare it to Speed Screen, it is | Out with several new products to be} very Fast and does speed up the | released at the Computer Conference. | screen handling routines on the QL. We’ll just have to wait and see what) The program has a variety of modules they are. that the user chooses to add to his programs. The memory used ranges From 1.5K to about “tkn depending upon what routines are added. Uave

A new version of Q Link has been.

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Hoshor will have complete review) 1T9, Canada. It is an upgrade of next issue. Also of interest is an, previcus versions and includes a advertisement in QL World for a QL | de-arcing utility which alone should emulation package for the ATARI ST.) be worth its weight in gold. Arcing. The cost is about 199 Pounds. At’ is a form of data compression this price one could purchase 4% commonly used on BBSs and other user unexpanded QL’s. This may be a access systems. desireable piece of software should) the price come down, especially for. Bill Jones, publisher of 2068 Our black sheep who have gone over. Updates, is soliciting subscriptions to the ST. It been said that a QL) For his second year of publication. Operating system on the ST hardware The last quarterly issue of the year would be a killer combination. had a very intriguing article about bank switching and memory expansion One cf our more advanced members has on the 2068. Updates began primarily said he would like to write what concerned with Oliger hardware and could become THE dream software. software but now supports all Could there be any interest for a Sinclair DOS formats. Subscriptions e068 emulator For the PC? | are $15. send to Updates, i317

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From the Message Base of Timelines....BBS WatacLine I-216~+671-6922 From-10 PR-ta 6 -AxR- £.8.T.

MODAPTER ELIMINATION SUPPER BASIC PROGRAM

This program was keyed in to the message base of Timelines BBS by Pete Fischer from Phoenix,

Arizona. It should enable

you to use a 300 baud modem with out the Modapter hard-ware adapter for the QL that was reqired to use a 300 baud moden. After keying in and saving as MIKE TERM BASE, Load and run with modem attached to SER#2. Choose Baud rate and give

commands to your modem.

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HILCAPS.BAS wos Llolodded to Time@lines....RRS Caps Lock [Indicator For Use With Quill Word Processor

character. Save it as QLCAPS_BAS. Run the prosram. When asked for you to input a numbers select the bracketed defalt number for the number to input for creating caps on; caps off inidicator for Quill. When

Finished the prosram will create the file tiie ttt o

Copy caps _bin to

your Quill program media cartridge or disk. Place in line 8 of BOOT

tOF Dif ils Or use this line for Disk drive/s with Tool Kit II.

1-6. 8 EXEC CAPS_BINSEXEC_W mdv1_QLWP.

S FLP-USE MDVZEXEC CAPS_BIN?EXEC_MDV1_QLWP

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that you may require a cars on off on my QLterms

You can run the program QLCAPS_BAS and chanse the location numbers

the Window. By doing that you can place it anywhere on the screen indicator. The following works oreat

4831434223240. If you have Jool Kit II and Q@Lterm 2.0

Place these lines in you boot file after running QLCAPS_BAS and using

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PRINT TQ 305 °CAPS LOCK INDICATOR’

PRINT \\ Type the number in the brackets if you wish to use the routine with QUILL. ’\\

INPUT ‘Border width (0) > *!border_width INPUT ‘Border colour ¢0) : ?tborder_colour INPUT ‘Paper colour (0) : *lpaper_colour INPUT ‘Ink colour c2>) Stink coiour INPUT ‘Window width (€50) !'!tlwindow_width INPUT ‘Window height (10) :'iwindow _heisht INPUT °X coord (200) :'!xcoord

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