Added is the Joystick Breakout, which is a small board where you can do measurements on signals to/from the joystick ports. It’s meant for development and/or diagnostics, if you find more uses for it, please let me know 🙂
Both a male and female DB9 connector for wires is needed.
I’ve also done a lot of cleanup on Github, normalizing directory names, streamlined the products etc. This should make it easier to identify if you have many projects in the same folder.
There are quite a few products on their way, once I’ve tested them that is.
We’ve created a simple adapter which makes it easier to bridge the connections between the Amiga, Bluepill and GOTEK drive.
More info on Keir Frasers github: https://github.com/keirf/FF_OSD
Commodore 64 function key helper, Final Cartridge and Action Replay, and DIY.
If you want more from other carts, let us know and we’ll expand this.
Cut them out, and place them on top of your C64 function keys.
We’ve open sourced our designs for a modern C64 that won’t kill your C64 it if breaks.
Using the 4A part will make it powerful enough to power a C128. Everything, well almost, you need is described in the project of github.
You can find a link to the project in our DIY Open Source Stuff page, found in the menu Misc -> Own Production.
It is rumored that the pcb can be fit inside the C64c model of the brick psu.
A short time after I made the C64c stickers, someone asked me to do the 1701/1702 stickers for the Commodore monitor.
I thought I added it, but apparently not, with a little delay, here they are.
Added are more calendars, these start with mondays rather than sundays.
A little christmas present for all of you, hope you’ll enjoy it.