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  1. I checked out the latest Basilisk build and noticed that now the HyperCard transitions are "gone", so they must be generating way too fast to see like you mentioned. I guess speed/timing in general for games/visuals is a challenge to get the right for emulation. But I wonder how the speed was regulated from a Mac Plus to a Quadra type machine.
  2. Hey, that's awesome you are making more headway on HyperCard. Do the card transitions work ok? One of the things I noticed with emulation (Basilisk) is that the card transitions like dissolve are super slow, so Hypercard games don't work that well. Maybe this has improved with other emulators, but I haven't been following them for a while.
  3. Awesome, looks good! Do you think you'll be able to do HyperCard at some point?
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    Fun with colour on my SE/30

    Might be OK... I wish that demo had a white background. I was imagining it to be like this arcade screen (on the left) with the CRT behind a front glass/plexi.
  5. Your post reminds me that I had a similar issue with a Radius video board. If it was installed, the mouse would be frozen. It is also a recapped logic board. ??
  6. @Toni_ Thanks so much for working on this project! I had the same track pad issue, where my first tap was sensed, but then I had to click it on my laptop. Subscribing to further updates.
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    Fun with colour on my SE/30

    Nice project. Is putting an LCD behind tube glass a thing? Just wondering if it has been proven out already since it seems like the image quality would be affected by the non-coupled glass-panel interfaces. But I like the goal of trying to emulate the original look of the curved glass since the projects with just a color flat panel don't look quite right.
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    Carrera040 Info / Hacking Thread

    I have one like Trash's and it has no GAL/chip on it.
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    China Ebay 68040 processor

    The '060 pinout is very different from the '040, so you won't be able to damage anything unless you force it in the socket hard enough.
  10. I thought the original design dougg3 made used standard eeprom chips that you can pop in and out. I believe that design is open source. There was someone who didn’t know what they were doing trying to undercut his later 8mb design, which is somewhat difficult to make for a hobbyist anyway, but it didn’t materialized. However, that one requires a specialized programmer. I think that design is also open to make yourself, but the chips are hard to find for a reasonable price.
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    Carrera040 Info / Hacking Thread

    Yes, V1 from that archive. I am running System 7.5.3 with the 1.8b1 extension. I think the ROM is based on a IIsi and has patched the ROM/RAM check and has a boot disk, the ROM SIMM was built by Doug. It looks like you are running an older OS, I wonder if you might get to a further debug point if your try a later one?
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    Carrera040 Info / Hacking Thread

    @GeekDot I am not sure if I followed what you did, but I tried v1 control panel (linked on the first page) and the Startup Carrera extension with a 32-bit clean ROM. Here is the screen that came up:
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    Carrera040 Info / Hacking Thread

    I have a Sonnet branded version of the IIsi adapter and it looks almost the same as the MicroMac version, except it is missing the capacitor through-holes. I am guessing that the Mobius Speedster I have would work with that adapter. I think the Sonnet 040 accelerator looks different than the Mobius/Carrera boards though, so I am not sure about testing them out until I am more certain the adapter is compatible.
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    32-bit Clean ROM vs MODE32

    Turning off the RAM check is a nice feature. I also like having an OS so I can boot up in case something happens with a disk image or I need to switch from a patched OS to an unpatched one while testing hardware. I can see why you'd want to stick with the regular logos. I have one that has a pirate computer logo and it is somewhat annoying.
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