I'd also be happy to hear this.
I am part of a site that posts anything tech so I could post it here.
however just don't pause for to long i will probably do something over the cast 
if I post it, but this should be interesting.
At 05:38 p.m. 12/12/2009, you wrote:
>Hi,
>Since this is on topic please feel free to reply to this on list. I wouldn't 
>mind going back down memory lane myself. I used to love playing those old 
>Apple games. Although, I don't remember the screen review commands. I still 
>had enough vision at that point in time I simply red the screen.
>
>*Smile*
>
>Jeremy Hartley wrote:
>>Hey there folks.
>>
>>I almost wasn't going to post to the list with this question, but this is 
>>sort of game related, and all the other lists and avenues I have tried are 
>>either no longer in existence, or the automated subscribing method appears to 
>>be broken, for example, on blindtech. grin
>>
>>Anyway, a few days ago, a very special person obtained an apple II e machine 
>>for me, equipped with many disks with TextTalker and talking writer, Oregon 
>>trail, space invaders, haunted house, and a whole host of other games that 
>>I'm sure some of you know and remember from our apple days.
>>
>>I will keep this question short.  I am recalling a lot of commands from my 
>>days with the Apple II gs and echo, such as run, brun, int, load, and 
>>catalog.  However, I can not seem to remember the screen review commands that 
>>was a part of all textTalker based programs.  I did remember last night that 
>>if I hit Control+l it got me into review mode.  Not sure how I remembered 
>>that after almost sixteen years. Heh.  But anyway, does anyone here remember 
>>the other screen review commands?
>>
>>I would love to play some of these games, or even port some of them to 
>>windows just for kicks and a programming exercise.
>>
>>Anyway, to not clutter up the list, I will include my e-mail address if you 
>>want to reply privately.
>>
>>jeremyhart...@comcast.net
>>
>>Thanks.
>>
>>Jeremy Hartley
>>
>>
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