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By rderooy

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01-04-2019, 22:45

@Mars2000you

When you use the word "eventually", such as on the Sanyo MSI-01 page. What do you actually mean to convey, as I don't understand it.

e.g.
eventually the Sanyo MPC-X Graphic Expander Unit (¥89,800)

Do you mean "optionally"?

By mars2000you

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01-04-2019, 23:25

It means that it's not required to buy it, because the MPC-11 has already superimposing/digitizing capacities, but it's required with a computer with or without RGB21 output that does not have these capacities.

Case of MPC-11 is also very special, see the additionnal note. Even if you have the MPC-11, it can be interesting or required to have the MPC-X, according you want to use the extra MPC-X features or use the MPC-11 as Videotex terminal.

It's indeed 'optionally' the most appropriate word!

By rderooy

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01-04-2019, 23:46

If you need it in some cases, the correct word would be "Possibly", or "In some cases"

By mars2000you

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01-04-2019, 23:50

rderooy wrote:

If you need it in some cases, the correct word would be "Possibly", or "In some cases"

Thanks!

By Manuel

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01-04-2019, 23:53

FYI, "eventually" means something like "in the end". For Dutch people it can also be confusing, because "eventueel" means something like "possibly" indeed.

By mars2000you

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02-04-2019, 00:09

Manuel wrote:

FYI, "eventually" means something like "in the end". For Dutch people it can also be confusing, because "eventueel" means something like "possibly" indeed.

That's what I've found out with Google. French "éventuellement" has several meanings while English uses at least 2 different words for these meanings.

By Manuel

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10-04-2019, 07:39

Wiki says mouse can emulate joystick. But as far as I know only some models can, like the SBC-3810 family....

By rderooy

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10-04-2019, 07:46

Manuel wrote:

Wiki says mouse can emulate joystick. But as far as I know only some models can, like the SBC-3810 family....

Is it? I thought it was pretty standard. The Neos mice should also support it in any case.

By Manuel

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10-04-2019, 08:45

Try the NMS 1140...

By gdx

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10-04-2019, 09:12

rderooy wrote:
Manuel wrote:

Wiki says mouse can emulate joystick. But as far as I know only some models can, like the SBC-3810 family....

Is it? I thought it was pretty standard. The Neos mice should also support it in any case.

All standard mice should have this function.
I have a Marty FMTOWMS mouse, it can emulate the joystick. Same for the JoySNES.

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