Podfolio 02 The Hardware – Supplement

Episode 2 – The Hardware

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Download: 02 – The Hardware

 

Box Images

Portfolio Box

Front:

Back:

 

Top:

 

Bottom:

 

Left Side:

 

Right Side:

 

 

Portfolio Power Supply Box

Front:

 

Back:

 

Top:

 

Bottom:

 

Left:

 

Right:

 

Manuals

1989 Owners Manual cover:

 

1989 Owners Manual download:

Atari_Portfolio_Manual_1989

 

1991 Owners Manual cover:

 

1991 Owners Manual download:

Atari_Portfolio_Manual_1991

 

Other

Hardware:

 

Keyboard layout:

 

110V Power Supply image:

 

The Built In Applications

Built in Application Selection Menu:

Main menu:

Setup

Setup menu:

 

Display options menu:

 

External mode options:

 

Internal mode options:

 

Refresh options:

 

Speed options:

 

Sound options:

 

Application options:

Language options:

 

Keyboard options:

 

Printer options:

 

RS-232 options:

 

File Transfer menu:

 

Sending and receiving file selection:

 

Communication error messages:

Address Book

Newly opened address book with no entries:

 

Address book main menu:

 

Address book help menu:

 

Address book Clipboard menu:

 

Adding an new card/entry:

 

Files menu options (from main menu):

 

Cards menu options (from main menu):

 

Viewing completed card/entry in card form:

 

Using the dialer:

 

Viewing the cards/entries in list form:

 

Searching for a card/entry:

 

The help screens:

 

Loading an address book.  Save is basically the same:

Calculator

Calculator when first opened:

 

Main menu:

 

Memories menu (it appears to have been corrupt at capture and I didn’t catch it):

 

The clear menu (from memories menu):

 

Memory contents:

 

Display options:

 

Formatting options:

 

Help screens:

 

Diary / Calendar

The empty diary in default view (borders on):

 

The empty diary in default view (with borders off):

 

The empty diary in list view (borders on):

 

Main menu:

 

Help menu:

 

Clipboard menu:

 

Files menu:

 

Saving and loading the diary/calendar:

 

Using the search feature to find an entry:

 

 

Moving an entry to another date and time:

 

Viewing entries in list form (no alarms):

 

Viewing entries in list form (with alarm).  Note the music notes:

 

Viewing entries in list form with borders turned off.  Note you don’t get an entry count in the top right:

 

Viewing the address book in calendar form.  Note the * next to days with events:

 

When exiting you will be asked to save if you have made changes:

 

Help menus:

 

Help screens:

Editor

Opening the editor with no file in memory (new):

 

Main menu:

 

File menu:

 

Loading a file:

 

Editing a file with borders on:

 

Editing without borders.  Not the lack of ins/del mode indicator and column/row indicators.  This is the script I used to convert captured image files from pgt to pgc format:

 

Search menu (search, replace and goto):

 

Editor help menu:

 

Setting word wrap margin:

 

Saving a file while giving it a name:

 

Merging a file:

 

Printing:

 

Help menu:

 

Help screens:

 

Clipboard menu:

 

Asking to save on exit:

 

Spreadsheet

Newly opened empty spreadsheet:

 

Main menu:

 

Saving a new file (giving a name) and loading a file:

 

Editing with borders on:

 

Editing with borders off:

 

Worksheet menu:

 

Cell range tools:

 

Goto a cell:

 

Defaults menu:

 

Format menu:

 

Setting cell alignment:

 

Setting column width:

 

Setting cell format:

 

Clipboard menu:

Help menu:

 

Help screens:

Links

Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_Portfolio

Inverse ATASCII S1B1: https://inverseatascii.info/2015/07/11/s1eb1-atari-portfolio/

RS Key Programmable Calculators: http://www.rskey.org/pfolio

80C88 Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_8088

BoxCat Map Theme: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/Nameless_the_Hackers_RPG_Soundtrack/BoxCat_Games_-_Nameless-_the_Hackers_RPG_Soundtrack_-_17_Map_Theme

Special thanks goes out to BoxCat Games for the podcast intro music which I adapted from the track “Map Theme” from the album “Nameless: The Hackers RPG” which BoxCat released under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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