Re: C= mice

From: Raymond C. Bryan (
Date: 2003-10-17 03:24:21

>On Tue 07 Oct 2003 at 08:27:40 +0200, Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) wrote:
>>  Hallo Ray, Nick,
>>  Thanks for your inputs. The idea for opening them is a very good one indeed.
>>  > The Amiga uses the 1352 mouse also.
>>  To be sure, the Amiga mouse = 1352 and thus can be used on the various C=
>>  PC's like the PC20-III?
>I doubt it, actually - Amiga mice send quadradure signals and are very
>different from current serial/ps2 mice. Maybe if the pc mice from that
>era were still pre-"current" designs, they could be the same though.

I tried to set up a colt to use a "serial" mouse one time but it 
required the 25 Pin to 9 pin adapter and the driver software -ugly- 
but it ran Geos (actually GeoWorks it was then called AFAIR).  Colt 
used natively the 1352 (I have the box to prove it) on its 9 in mouse 
(NOT serial) port.

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