> From: Paul Birkel > the blinky-lights controller panel top-dead-center :->.
Yeah, that's a TC08. I actually have one of those inlays, it's the only original inlay I have. It was the model for the large run of blank inlays (black backing with the holes on the back, but nothing on the front) I just had made. At the moment, it's sitting in my indicator panel stand with little bits of tape stuck to it: http://ana-3.lcs.mit.edu/~jnc/tech/QSIC/jpg/PanelMounting.jpg http://ana-3.lcs.mit.edu/~jnc/tech/QSIC/jpg/DasBlinken2F.jpg so it can be an inlay for the RKV12. If anyone needs a TC08 inlay, I'd be happy to trade it for any other inlay (as long as I have one original for engineering purposes). Sigh, need to get back to the inlays and take the next step with them! Dave B and I got derailed trying to find/fix a flaky on the QSIC - on my prototype, it would occasionally get NXM's running the RK random exerciser I wrote. I was trying to figure out what the problem was, and I got tired of the prototype sticking out in my way: http://ana-3.lcs.mit.edu/~jnc/tech/jpg/tmp/JNCQSIC.jpg (with the FPGA daughter-board on top, even with short cables, it has to be on an extender), so I rotated the QBUS chassis 90 degrees so the QSIC was on top, and took the opportunity to re-order the boards. Bad mistake! Now the problem has gone away and I can't re-create it! Noel