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    • Last night I tested connecting sense0 and sense1 (pin 4 and 7) with no effect at all.   So can we conclude, that only connected to an original Radius pivot monitor the monitor can do it's magic during rotation on some sense lines on the card (which we do not know) and there is no way, to simulate this with, say a switch, and all we pivot SE/30 owners have to live with the stretched portrait mode on modern vga tft displays, except for those, who own the HDMI scaler?   End of story, hmm?
    • Yes in 2012, but to be honest very few services were still available at that date.   Yes again:   https://medium.com/@cq94/re-creation-annuaire-electronique-minitel-fb59a843e86c   Even using the real thing   https://www.journaldulapin.com/2017/09/24/serveur-minitel/   The Minitel was said to have been an inspiration for the Macintosh (the CRT is the same size, casing has a proper handle and vents are all around)   I have got a Djinn by the way, cute but useless...
    • I mean that looks kind of like a common mode filter thing, but what on earth is the earth wire also doing wound around it?
    • the green is the ground wire which in your case is connected directly  
    • Yeah, GEMDOS already does this.  It's one of the things I was planning to fix.  It also hardcodes the hard disc to use FAT12 which is perhaps also not ideal.   I was slightly afraid this was going to be the answer.  Oh well, time to learn!