That was my original plan but when I was testing in in CloudT the timing
was way off.  The code increments a counter while looping for key presses
to determine how fast you are running so it's pretty sensitive to differing
clock speeds. I tuned it on my real Model 102 and VirtualT locked to 2.4MHz
gives similar results but CloudT was running either too fast or too slow, I
can't remember which now.

On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 3:56 PM, John R. Hogerhuis <jho...@pobox.com> wrote:

> You could try it like this
>
> Browse Chrome or Safari to
>
> http://bitchin100.com/CloudT
>
>
> Open another tab to
>
> https://github.com/ksbex/basic-longjump/raw/master/JUMP.BA
>
> This should download the JUMP.BA file
>
> In the CloudT tab, select Choose File
>
> Navigate to your Downloads directory and pick JUMP.BA
>
> Notice at the bottom of your CloudT window that "JUMP.BA" is now on your
> Cassette file queue
>
> Enter BASIC
>
> Type CLOAD
>
> Type SAVE"JUMP"
>
> Type RUN
>
>

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