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    "looks good after ten minutes' play"

    June 5, 2006  |   By twicks


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    I used the mouse for all my input because I have a "mini" keyboard hooked up to my laptop. I will try later with keyboard equivalents. I used a 67 for years in the 70s and gave it away to a college kid when I no longer needed it. Then a few years ago I bought one from eBay and it brought back all the good memories (no pun intended). I resold that and now I have this Mac version to try. No mag cards, though. There used to be a club of 67 users and someone figured out how to create "non-normalized numbers," which could only be saved on mag cards. The club had a lively trade in these cards. One of the cards would cause the words C0Co C01o scroll across the display (the "o" was squared off so it looked like a lower case "a" and the effect was "coca cola" on the display.

    One wish list hint: make the calculator look like a 67, complete with the place for the mag card. Then let users create a collection of virtual mag cards that could be "run through" and then slipped into the card window.


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