Mini vMac Variations Update

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Mini vMac Variations Update

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If you have purchased an activation code for Mini vMac, you can now VOTE on which version you like best:

http://www.gryphel.com/c/minivmac/var/reg.html

This will let Paul know where he should concentrate his efforts.

I'll vote for Mac II, of course! But also for the older variations. As I build the "System 6 Hell" section of this site, I often find good use for a slowed down emulation...
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Re: Mini vMac Variations Update

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ClockWise wrote:I'll vote for Mac II, of course!
I'll vote for Mac II when I get the MacII.ROM :wink:
ClockWise wrote:But also for the older variations. As I build the "System 6 Hell" section of this site, I often find good use for a slowed down emulation...
Yes. Try running MacPlaymate without a slowed down emulation :!:
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You can vote without a ROM image. You don't need to boot up to get a vote code!
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Post by macgeek41796 »

Yeah! yaay MacII emulation.

I need the MacII.rom, too. MacIIx.rom isn't good enough for me :P
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Post by markerz »

macgeek41796 wrote:Yeah! yaay MacII emulation.

I need the MacII.rom, too. MacIIx.rom isn't good enough for me :P
here it is http://cid-66b9967ec9d22dd4.skydrive.li ... /macii.rom from yksoft1. however may be not supported.
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markerz wrote:here it is http://cid-66b9967ec9d22dd4.skydrive.li ... /macii.rom from yksoft1. however may be not supported.
That's the MacIIx.rom :(
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