This is one tough game. The YouTube video is a great how to play.
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO CHEAT SHEET
Introduction: Well, this is just as its title says a Cheat Sheet. It includes most of the Questions that will appear every time you are going to earn a promotion. Why I’m doing this? Well because it’s just
annoying not being able to answers the questions t “succeed” in the
game, and I suppose that I’m not the only one with this problem. Well here you have most of the questions, now
Good Luck people!! Fiji became independent in _______. (1970) The
Stamp Act required _______ stamps to help defray the costs of royal
troops. (revenue) In 1821, Emma _______ founded Troy Female
Seminary. (Wilard) The image that appears on the flag of Bhutan is a
______. (dragon) Tennessee was admitted to the Union in ____. (1976)
Katherine Hepburn was born in ________, Connecticut. (Hartford) In
the year 2000, Easter Sunday will fall on April __. (23) ____ is the
exact geographic center of Rhode Island.(Kent) In 1962, Rachel
Carson’s book, ______ Spring, launched the environmentalist
movement. (Silent) The United States Mint was created by an act of
Congress on April 2, ____. (1972) The most abundant mineral in the
body is _______. (calcium) Robert Penn ______ was awarded the
Pulitzer Prize for fiction and poetry twice. (Warren) Mount
Kilimanjaro in ________ is 19,340 feet high. (Tanzania) Idaho is also
known as the ___ State. (Gem) The Golden Gate Bridge, the second
longest suspension bridge in the world, was built in ____. (1937)
______ Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. (Crater) The
1908 Olympics were held in ______. (London) Pedro Alvares Cabral is
credited as being the first european to reach Brazil in: ______. (1500)
Ray Ewry, a notable sports personality, won _______ gold medals. (8)
Valentina V. Tereshkova became first woman in space in the year
_______ (Space Develpoments). (1963) The Erastus Corning II tower
in Albany, N.Y. is _______ feet tall. (Buildings/tall) (589) How many
stories does the Chicago Sears Tower have? (110) This last two I
never seen it before but I read in the Internet that exists, they are:
The Main export of Belize is sugar. Patty Berg was Woman Athlete of
the Year 3 times.
Here is the MultiScribe program that became BeagleWrite. I didn’t have a MultiScribe Desk Accessory disk image so I just inserted the BeagleWrite Desk Accessory version and worked like a charm.
BeagleWrite was formerly MultiScribe. I’m giving this version 3.3 a try out. I downloaded the zip file (see link below) and started playing with it here in Virtual II Emulator. I tested the actual program disk, etc and then copied it to a subdirectory on the OmniDisk 32MB .2mg drive which I use as home base for many programs. [ note: I convert the .po files to .2mg and .do so they’ll run in the Emulator. I use the Wine version of CiderPress to do that on my MacBook ]. I have AppleWorks v2,3,4,5, PublishIt4, Copy II+ v9.1, Apple System Utilities 2.1 and 3 plus others (picture of them at bottom).
BeagleWrite ran fine from the OmniDisk “hard drive”. But I had to put the Accessories.dsk in the Floppy drive for them to work. I couldn’t find a option to change the path to the hard drive for them. Data disk path change was relatively straight forward. Enough here…more notes with the screen shots.
When spell checking it doesn’t give you intuitive corrections for misspelled words. Example: I spelled Spetember and it began making suggestions at “Sp”. Once you realize this things went very well. Nice Dictionary.
For some reason it starts the calendar at September 1918. You can quickly correct by grabbing the scroll down button.
This is before I added BeagleWrite and MultiScribe.
Picked up a batch of the Beagle Brothers 3.5″ disks to go with some others. This batch had one Demo and one Beagle Buddy disk. These aren’t listed anywhere online among all the sites. But I’m still researching.
Two Beagle Brothers disks Disk Demo and Beagle Buddy seem pretty rare. They verify and copy just fine as you can see below in the pictures of the desktop. [there are some duplicates here, but in some cases there two different version by checking creation dates ]
1) I couldn’t find their disk images online anywhere so I’ll upload to Asimov and/or Internet Archive (unless someone can point me to an image).
2) the Beagle Buddy is Disk #2. Anyone have Disk #1 and able to upload an image.
3) Anyone know of any other Demo Disks?
These are the 3.5″ disks I’ve collected along the way. Only one is non-readable. It’s marked with an X on tape attached to side of disk.
Clip Art Volume 1
I bought this 8 MB RamWorks8M card from A2Heaven.com to max out the memory in my IIe. My IIe was using both a RamWorks 1 and an Apple 1 MB cards taking up the Aux Slot and another Slot. With the RamWorks8M card I could eliminate the Apple 1MB card and open a slot, as well as reducing electrical draw. The following pictures include shots from both my actual IIe and the Virtual II Emulator. The Emulator provides better clarity of image since I need to reduce resolution so much with real pictures to save space.
Super Desktop Expander v5.3.1 with Partition and ProDrive programs. The ProDrive Doc is good. Must read.
SDE5.3.1 Main Menu
Partitioning Program. I did not use the AppleWorks option. I’ll try that later.
Selection of partition size
2 MB Selected for System leaving 6 MB for Ram Disk.
Updating the ProDrive.bin so it starts up this way.
Running PublishIT4 on 3.5 UniDisk via my Liron Card in the IIe.
Updated my Journal of Activity and saving to Ram Drive. You can see the Ram Drive has almost 6 meg of space available 5947k.
Here is the link (2 dsk images) and a bunch of pictures. Pretty straight forward.
Correction to the “Import File” note in the examples below. I was able to import AppleWorks files. It gives you an error message but you ignore it and everything seems to import fine with the exception of style/format features. Examples added at the bottom of this article..
The printouts to PDF in Emulator.
Importing AppleWorks files.
In the Drop down menu below you see //Spell but I don’t know if they ever created the Spell Checker. I’m searching but I haven’t found it yet.