AIM-65 displays

From: Don Maslin <>
Date: Thu Apr 18 16:27:38 2002

On Thu, 18 Apr 2002, Cini, Richard wrote:

> Dick:
> No, I don't have a machine-readable version of the listing. I
> scanned the pages directly to PDF (using Acrobar Writer) but I never got
> around to taking those scans and OCRing them to a text file (it was on the
> RSN list).
> I did the PC BIOSes and the VIC Kernal ROM, The KIMs were done by
> others.
> Rich

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Erlacher []
> Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2002 1:04 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: AIM-65 displays
> You wouldn't happen to have a machine-readable (non-PDF) just text file of
> the
> monitor listing, whould you?
> Dick

Adobe has been kind enough to solve this little problem for us. See
                                                 - don

   The e-mail based PDF accessibility tools have been updated. You can
   now submit multiple URLs in a single e-mail message as well as submit
   PDF files to Adobe as MIME attachments. See below for more details.

   There are three e-mail options you can use to convert Adobe PDF
   documents to a format that is more accessible to screen reading
   software. The e-mail address you use depends on the conversion format
   you want, plain (ASCII) text or HTML, and whether the PDF is on the
   Internet or local media.

   Option 1
   If the Adobe? PDF is on the Internet, you can mail the URL (Web
   address) of the PDF in the body of an e-mail message to (for plain text) or to (for
   HTML). The convertor will mail back the translation of the PDF file.
   You can submit multiple URLs in a single e-mail.Tip: Some URLs are
   very long and cumbersome to type. Cutting and pasting the URL into
   the mail message will save you some keystrokes.

   Option 2
   If the Adobe PDF is on local media, such as a hard drive, CD-ROM, or
   internal server, it can be submitted as a MIME attachment to an e-mail
   message. All converted Adobe PDF documents will be sent back to the
   sender as MIME attachments. For plain text, mail the attached PDF to For HTML, mail the attached PDF to

   Option 3
   A service hosted by Trace Research Center also allows you to convert
   Adobe PDF documents.

   You can either mail the URL of the Adobe PDF or attach the Adobe PDF
   document itself to your e-mail message and send it to (for plain text) or to (for HTML). The convertor will mail back
   the translation of the PDF file.
Received on Thu Apr 18 2002 - 16:27:38 BST

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