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#1
Re: Faceball release and details
Posted on: 2013/1/7 1:39
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You are a saint, sir :) Looking forward to the release and I'll do what I feel I can when you have your donation page up.
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#2
Ribbon repair technique maybe?
Posted on: 2009/6/21 1:41
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In addition to some of the ribbon repair techniques I've seen here, I saw this on hackaday today and thought it may also apply(similar to the oven technique, really)

http://hackaday.com/2009/06/20/repair-a-malfunctioning-lcd/
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#3
Re: Screen issue...
Posted on: 2009/3/30 16:22
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I wonder if maybe a little spray with a compressed gas can into the optical bit would help. I imagine even a faint speck of dust on that thin red array would show as a line when the mirror's finished stretching it out.
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#4
Re: Screen issue...
Posted on: 2009/3/30 13:00
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Not quite getting the "moves as you move your head" bit.

Does the line crawl? And how are you moving your head relative to the unit? Are you just standing back and moving around?

Also, is the line horizontal or vertical?
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#5
Re: Permanent fix for glitchy screen
Posted on: 2009/3/30 4:09
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I may have to look into getting some of that glue myself(have a Saturn mem card with a lifted lead). That looks sweet. Kudos! :)
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#6
Re: Canadian VB manual
Posted on: 2009/3/28 20:52
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Here's what I found out:

This guy remembers starting his store around the time the lawsuit was threatened against Sony(and maybe Microsoft). Nintendo wasn't actually named but followed suite voluntarily anyways to avoid the wrath of the angry French parents.

The Virtual boy had already risen and fallen at that time. So it doesn't appear the VB games ever had standard French manuals. Some may have, but it wouldn't have been standardized. This guy doesn't remember ever seeing one himself.

As an aside, my boxed copy of Star Tropics for NES has a French side on the instruction manual. So that's why I'm leaving open the possibility that maybe some of the few titles had French instructions, it's just not likely.
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#7
Re: Highly Recommended Sprite-editing Program
Posted on: 2009/3/28 3:21
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nice app find!! :)
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#8
Re: Permanent fix for glitchy screen
Posted on: 2009/3/28 3:17
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indeed. take pictures if you can :)
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#9
Re: Game Ideas
Posted on: 2009/3/27 2:27
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Dream Games:


*Falldown(where you must fall down through available holes of fast approaching floors)
*PilotWings Redeye
*Bahamut Lagoon 3D
*Panzer Dragoon Rieg
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#10
Re: Fore Sale BOUNG HIGH
Posted on: 2009/3/27 0:03
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And that would be a bad thing?
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