> Speaking of 128D's (off-topic!): How many 'national' versions were > there of this machine? I've got a German 128-flat, a French/Belgian > 128D (AZERTY sucks, btw) (ah well.. I wish it would, actually), I remember > reading that there was a swedish version too.. I have one Swedish/Finnish C128 and one Swedish/Finnish C128DCR. Unfortunately, the Swedish keyboard layout in both C128 and C64 mode (they differ somewhat) are missing a couple of graphical characters, which can't be entered (fortunately, in C128 mode, the keyboard layout is switched back to the original American by the ASCII/CC key (which is the same as the CAPS LOCK key, so the CAPS LOCK function is not available), which also switches between the original American C64/C128 and the Swedish C64/C128 character set (in my C128, there is an extra wire from the keyboard controller to the character generator, in the C128DCR, it's supported by the board via a jumper setting). -- \\// Peter - http://nafmo.home.ml.org/ - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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