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Dragon User - January 1989

Atari man bots Dragon... where's the OS-9 Group?... CoCoconverter... Primesearch errors... Pete opines... Alladink illumination... Postcript printing
Dragonfire updates... Visitext plus... Dragon-DOS bug report... Jones has only one Era... October Update
Express/OS-9 from Compusense... the new Rollaball from Pulser... Mandragore from Kouga... Exitext from R &AJ Preston
Dragon Wordsearch
New this month, the heir apparant to the Dragon Crossword, Wordsearch by Terry and Derek Probyn
Screening the Dragon
Radio amateur NJ Cleaver explains step-by-step how he screened his machine against RF interference
Introducing Dynacalc
The first in a series of articles by J B Slinger about spreadsheets in general and the widely-used Dynacalc in particular
Dragon monitor
Not another variety of lizard, but a program for inspecting and manipulating the Dragon's interior by Craig Henderson
Quick on theDraw
Steven Taylor's machine code line drawing utility for PMODE 4
WP Applications
Roger Merrick with some suggestions for expanding the range of activities you can undertake with a word processor program, uncluding database, diary and accounting
The Chaincommand
Richard Sutcliffe brings you the fruits of his long struggle to achieve chains
Alternative Micro Show
Ken G Smith reports from the first multi-micro user group show from Birmingham
Expert's Arcade Arena
More tips
Adventure Trail
The solution toThe Final Solution
When Gordon Lee talks about cornflakes, he really means factorials! Ten copies of Mandragorefrom Kouga software to win
Eprom swapping
Gramham Smith describes a mod that allows Delta users to use two DOS chips from one cartridge

Publication Date : 1989

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4177. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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