[Tomy Tutor ] Re: Off topic but Attack of the Clones rules!
- Doesn't that make me wish I wrote emulators which ran on MacIntosh*!
*IBM stands for "I Bought MacIntosh"
Yappa dappa fruity-licious!
Dagnabbit, all these emulators, and I still can't write one for the
Tomy Tutor! And you know, the Tomy Tutor is the one computer I
really wanted to write one for!
--- In tomytutor@y..., Cameron Kaiser <spectre@s...> wrote:
> > P.S. Animated GIFs suck. I wish Internet Explorer had a
> > checkbox, "do not animate animated GIFs." I can barely
> > MS I-Explorer is too busy animating the ad above, "Message Alert."
> Continuing the OT, Mac IE 5.0 does.
I don't know what version of M$IE you use, but the earlier versions of
it allowed you to turn off all graphic loading. You might want to turn
that off when you're here, then turn it back on when you cruise other
parts of the web. I've never seen any version of M$IE past 4.X, which
started crashing my system regularly, so I've switched to Netscape 4.XX
when I'm in Windows, same as I use when I'm in OS/2. And I do most of
my Yahoo replies through my email program, so I'm seldom actually at the
And I'm not sure what any of this has to do with Star Wars ;)
> Well, the Tomy Tutor seems to be a sort of clone of the TI 99/4A.
> This is kind of a shame, 'cause a VPEEK and VPOKE command would have
> made the Tomy Tutor more useful.
> P.S. Animated GIFs suck. I wish Internet Explorer had a
> checkbox, "do not animate animated GIFs." I can barely type, 'cause
> MS I-Explorer is too busy animating the ad above, "Message Alert."
> --- In tomytutor@y..., swap_and_shop <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Great movie, had no major problems with it, acting was a little
> > but still a great film!