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ICQ list update

by Grauw on 09-07-2000, 13:37
Topic: MRC

I now create the ICQ list dynamically from a database-file. At the moment, this is only easier for me, but soon you will be able to edit your ICQ details yourself through your user settings. ~Grauw

New frame layout

by Bart on 05-07-2000, 09:41
Topic: MRC

Thanx to Laurens Holst (Grauw), who made a new frame index, the MSX Resource Center displays a lot better on higher resolutions. Have fun on YOUR MSX center everybody!

Rotate Banner System

by Bart on 29-06-2000, 09:04
Topic: MRC

The rotate banner system is implemented! Please notice that we can still use some more banners, so send yours to [email protected] for free inclusion on this page! Your banner dimensions must be 399 x 57 pixels.

Left frame layout

by Bart on 24-06-2000, 10:12
Topic: MRC

We have moved the personal settings options in the left menu, when you log in, to the top of that frame. In this way, you don't have to resize your screen or browser settings when you log in.

Some background info

by Bart on 22-06-2000, 09:29
Topic: MRC

Hi All! Here I am again. I'd like to point out that adding adds to the marketplace is only possible for registered users. (so register Smile Furthermore, I noticed that a lot of people still use their randomly generated password. This is NOT necessary! You may edit your password in your Personal Settings.

News from the Front!

by Bart on 20-06-2000, 13:41
Topic: MRC

First of all: as you can see in the posting by TFH, something went wrong with the links. You can click them though. We'll fix that soon! Second: we are very proud to annouce that we went over one hundred (!) members! Who said MSX wouldn't survive? Thanx all!

MSX Print - First Part

by Sander on 09-06-2000, 20:53
Topic: MSX Revival

Ikeda's MSX PRINT- 5th June 2000

Since I received questions about the new MSX, I will hereby write myanswer.The representative of the Japanese MSX-group Frontline, mister Yokoi, hasalready obtained ASCII's permission for the development of a new MSX.But, the problem is the VDP. It's that the copyrights of the VDP are held by Yamaha.

MSX Print - Second Part

by Sander on 09-06-2000, 20:51
Topic: MSX Revival

We have also visited the MSX fair held in Tilburg, The Netherlands, this year. Actually we had hoped to be able to present the information concerning this project at the Tilburg fair, but unfortunately we didn'treally have the opportunity to do so. Japanese MSX fairs are huge meetingplaces where all the MSX groups gather, but at the Tilburg fair, all the MSX groups were divided in several rooms.

MSX Print - Last Part

by Sander on 09-06-2000, 20:50
Topic: MSX Revival

In earlier days, a company named Sharp developed a great computer called X68000 in Japan, but Sharp has unfortunately stopped the production andsale of this X68000. But, thanks to the firmly rooted X68000 users, the X68000's BIOS and OS have become free. Therefore, it has become possible to freely distribute this BIOS, OS and the like via Internet.

Game Music

by Sander on 08-06-2000, 16:17
Topic: Websites

We have found a great new site! Go to remix.overclocked.org/index.htm for great VGM remixes! Gradius and Contra remixes are also available. Enjoy!

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