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Dale Seaburg - Mar 27 2001
Unfortunately, that link is no longer valid. :-(
Hopefully, Netmedia is readying the 1.48 for release. Would Netmedia
care to comment?
William Keith - Nov 15 2000
I just wanted to say that I am very pleased with the support and service provided by NetMedia!
I purchased the LCD+ when it first came out. I have had i...
arhodes19044 - Sep 29 2005
Well, this bulletin board is not an official Netmedia list. We are
just a bunch of interested users.
It would be best to contact the place you bought the kit from, or ...
Chris Anderson - Jan 3 2001
Just a note, to ask how come I send emails to the Netmedia people to find out who their distributor is in Australia, and I get no response. We purchased a bx24 recently...
Frank Manning - Jun 8 2004
I'm signing off the forum today -- Chris Harriman at NetMedia
will be taking over my duties as moderator.
-- Frank Manning
-- NetMedia, Inc.
Chris - Nov 20 2007
BasicX is not dead and NetMedia is doing fine.
We still have things in the works for both BasicX and SitePlayer.
We have been sidetracked working on other projects and products....
Dan Bielecki - Apr 10 2001
Can someone at NetMedia confirm something for me?
The Compiler/Downloader and Editor, What language is it written in?
The ActiveX Control objects (OCXs) seem to poi...
senghoetoh - Mar 18 2010
I new in this product.
Can anyone tell me with a BX-24 development kit, is it possible to use a 2x16 LCD which is not from netmedia?
I notice that for netmedia 2x16 LC...
wurlitzer28 - Jun 14 2005
In both my development board and a couple of my projects, I have
lost the ability, on 3 devices, to control the LCD backlight. I had
sent one of the units back to NetMedia...
Vic Fraenckel - Nov 10 2000
How about doing some work on the Software side of the Development system.
The current software leaves a LOT to be desired. What can we expect and
Bx-35 [3 Articles]
kj62 - May 28 2002
I emailed the support at netmedia and didn't receive a response. So i'll ask you guys. I was wondering if there was anyway to order the BX-35 in a different package bec...
j_picciri - Nov 7 2011
I'm not having any luck getting technical support from Netmedia.
I tried their on-line form a dozen times; it never accepted the submission.
I called the office in Tucson, ho...
basicxgumby - Nov 9 2005
I have been programming in basic for years and been using Parallax BS2
for a year. I decided to move to the BX-24 as it is obviously a
better performer for the mon...
Tom Igoe - May 25 2001
> When is somebody going to take some responsibility and at least reply to
> this email?
> William Chan.
Well, most of us on this list...
Alex Chaihorsky - Feb 13 2002
I bought the BDS development station from Netmedia and it is written in
their manual that it can be used with Basic Stamp 2. However the Parallax
software cannot se...
Victor Gates - Nov 27 2000
There have been several recent posts about the need for a simple
stand-alone program to download the binary (BXB) files to a basicX
EEPROM without the need for th...
Phil Aspenwall - Aug 21 2000
That's right, when I apply power to my LCD+, the startup screen says:
I've tried communicating with it at all the standard speeds from 2400-115200 bps ...
- Oct 26 2001
I have been trying to convince Netmedia (and the rest of the group)
that we needed an "OEM downloader" for at least a year, so I was
filled with joy when I heard ...
rustyk_78 - Nov 7 2005
Thank you kindly for all your help. Unfortunately I am
still unable to halt the BasicX 24 via the Parallax BOE USB. I updated
my FTDI driver to the latest v...
Raymond Irving - Oct 25 2003
How about merging the BasicX24 and the SitePlayer
together to create truely powerful web server that can
support ASP like syntax?
John Piccirillo - Dec 19 2001
No Frank I haven't tried the beta 4 compiler and am
glad to hear the download problem has been cured,
or at least greatly alleviated. I'm also happy that
- Mar 19 2001
> I planned to start with : basic-x 1 (or 24) chip and a basicx
> development station.
i too am a beginner at the bx24, and i found that the dev kit that
John Piccirillo - Jun 4 2003
Can we get more than an agreement that the docs need to be improved?
I'm grateful for Netmedia's generous on-line assistance but the
Chris - Jul 14 2008
Thank you for your support of the BasicX group, you will be missed!
I've been working on other projects at NetMedia and haven't been putting
the time I should have into...
Chris Harriman - Nov 2 2000
We at NetMedia are considering offering a "Turbo" version of the BX-24 and
would like your input.
BX-24-T, release it or shelf it?
Tom Becker - Jul 13 2008
> ... I can take over if possible.
Thanks, Kurt. I'll verify with Netmedia tomorrow.
xwisdom - Jan 4 2002
I found out that there are several different ATMega processors
available today. ATMega processors ranging up to 4K Ram, 4K EEPROM,
David and Megan - Jun 24 2002
I was a bit concerned about the news that the LCD+ has been discontinued
since I use (and have sold) this unit in many applications and expect to
Vic Fraenckel - Oct 16 2001
I understand that NetMedia is on the verge of issuing a new compiler
version. I hope that they have fixed the install problem so we don't have to
monkey around manu...
Dale Fleischmann - Jun 19 2002
Are there any references, books, or web sites to convert pbasic
(parallax) to basicx (netmedia). I have been working on a robot project
and want to use ...
Don Lewis - Aug 30 2005
I can't seem to get to either web site today.
Any news or is it just diced fiber again?
gpsrunner2000 - Aug 26 2004
Run out of memory with my Bx-24 application, i have used almost all
of the 32K EEPROM in one of my applications (with "bad coding")
Ramalyser helped me a L...
Chris - Apr 7 2005
USB to Serial adapters are a sore subject around NetMedia.
We are working on our own USB to Serial adapter. Because
as many of you know "Cheap" USB to Serial adapters do...
Chris - Oct 24 2006
After recently deciding to clean up my office here at NetMedia I discovered
that I'm part packrat. I have tons of BasicX and other electronic related
that I ...
jschoof - May 15 2002
As of today, NetMedia is selling the new Serial 2X16 LCD display
JUST $39.95 each, $24.95 in 100's
o Backlit, Supertwist 2X16 Display ...
Martin Hebel - May 7 2000
I've been testing out the new compiler with our beta of S-Plot Pro
(formerly StampPlot Pro) and boy is it working nice.
The interface will allow plotting 11 ana...
Jan Johnson - Jun 13 2000
I was thinking if Netmedia was to port the BX-24 code to the Atmel
ATmega103 and build a small carrier to pin out the I/O would it be of
interest to user...
Michalicek, Andrew AZ76 - Dec 1 2000
I have not had time to investigate. I was going
to see if the ATMEL could be used to generate a
periodic interrupt that I could take advantage of
Tom Becker - Jan 26 2006
> ... I decide[d] that I can't [make it for less]. Not with a BX-24...
In small volume, that might be true if the BX-24 is the limiting cost.
And, in small volume, that cost m...
Vic Fraenckel - Jun 16 2001
Has NetMedia considered adding a val function to BasicX. This is a function
(perhaps a subroutine - don't remember) that most flavors of BASIC have had
since the ve...