John Gilpin has just let me know that thanks to help from his local QL group NEMQLUG he has been able to make the entire first volume of Quanta Magazine available to download from the Quanta website. As this is “QL Is 30” year, this is good news indeed, as there is a lot of […]
In the current issue of Quanta magazine, I was asked if it was possible to change the cursor on a QL. I gave the reply that it is possible on a system with SMSQ/E, but isn’t on a QDOS QL. This answer was only partly right – provided you count a Minerva ROM as a […]
Following some recent requests, Quanta have made their software library CD available for members to download as a zip file. Note that this is a file of over 50MB in size, so unsuitable for those still on dial-up or very slow internet access. The zip file is password protected, so members need to contact the […]
One of my roles on the QL scene is that of News Editor for the Quanta Magazine. As a past editor of QL Today magazine, it’s one of my favourite roles on the QL scene – gathering information and news and making it available to all QL users. I’m currently compiling the News column for […]
Interesting to read the slow drip of message son QL Forum and QL-Users list about the possibility of a QL is 30 event next year, to celebrate 30 years of the Sinclair QL computer. Opinion seems to be in favour of an event in the autumn and no real alternative (UK) venue to the computer […]
I see Quanta’s website got a quick mini-makeover after the comments on QL Forum recently!
Another topic trending on ql-users list at the moment is that of whether or not to have an event in 2014 to celebrate 30 years of the QL. Personally, I think it’s a no-brainer: we should as long as we can make it a successful and cost-effective event. It’s getting rather late in the day and […]