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Well..... Could you compile the mouse driver for the 83+ series? I don't have an 83..... Thanks.
Yeah, I'm going to be writing SEs for it for 6.0
WOO HOO! YAY! Very Happy
netham45 wrote:
WOO HOO! YAY! Very Happy
Laughing Glad to get such a positive reaction about that. Very Happy
Kerm, where are the actual schematics for the TICI mouse stuff?
There are schematics for the hub on ticalc.org, just plug the mouse into it.
http://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/fileinfo/256/25693.html
Oh yeah, when i go to get materials, shouldn't i get a 2.5mm male to 3.5mm female adapter?

(1) Case, 5/8" x 2 1/8" x 2 3/4"
(1) 3.5mm Stereo socket
(1) 2.5mm Stereo Socket
(1) Female mini-DIN socket
(1) 3xAAA battery case
(1) SPST Switch
+adapter
If you want, but you don't really need it if you have a calc-to-calc link cable.
(Where'd you find the PS/2 port?)
I bought one from Radioshack, and got another by scavenging from a PS/2 extension cable. I've tried desoldering them from motherboards, but that's quite tedious since they use high-heat solder.
KermMartian wrote:
I bought one from Radioshack, and got another by scavenging from a PS/2 extension cable. I've tried desoldering them from motherboards, but that's quite tedious since they use high-heat solder.

I don't believe you. I desoldered one from an old motherboard today and it worked fine, so my plans for an internal hub are coming along nicely. Now I just need to slice a huge hole in the back half of my case so it'll fit. (I already took some out of the front half and shaved down the PCB a little)
Nice. Well, I guess I wasn't using a good motherboard for it then. :/
Hey, since I have no other projects to work on right now, I'd be happy to work on mouse/keyboard drivers if you'd like. I'll need to learn the protocol, but that's what google is for. Smile
Actually, I already have drivers written and everything, I just need to fit them into the Doors CS framework.
  
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