Volume 15, Issue 3 (September 2010) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, shipped today to all subscribers. This issue features reviews of both Ewen Wannop’s SAM2 email client and Jason Scott’s Get Lamp documentary; complete KansasFest 2010 coverage; a behind-the-scenes look at Martin Haye’s winning HackFest entry; and the third in a […]
TreeHugger is a GS/OS Printer Port driver which supports the AppSocket/JetDirect protocol. Essentially, this means you can print to any networked printer that supports the JetDirect (AppSocket) Protocol, that a native mode IIgs Printer Driver exists for. With Harmonie and Independence that means an awful lot of printers out there have the potential to work […]
Eric Shepherd has released Sweet16 2.2.1, a minor update that corrects an issue with how the disk controller is emulated, which lets certain disk activities work correctly; for example, you can now start up in ProDOS 8 then switch to GS/OS by running the GS/OS bootstrap “PRODOS” file.
Mike Willegal is selling his Apple II revision 0 reproduction kits on eBay. These kits are accurate replicas of the original motherboard, and use the original vintage parts wherever possible. All you have to do is assemble (that means solder) the kit and add your own ROMs to boot it old-school style. There aren’t many […]
When GSoft BASIC was first released by The Byte Works, Mike Westerfield (of The Byte Works) contracted Eric Shepherd to adapt his book “Toolbox Programming in C” for GSoft BASIC. Work proceeded apace for a while, but stalled when issues were run into getting the code samples for chapter 7 (on printing) adapted. When it […]