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ratchet01

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Since Mr Micromeister sadly passed and Yahoo Groups were discontinued, does anyone have these fun little templates?
Usual story of the old bluescreen of death on my prior computator, and royally screwing up the data retrieval process.
It would be VERY nice to have these archived somewhere on this forum.
 

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I agree, he did a great job to advance the Micro Maxx world.
I have some of his templates if I can find them.
 

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I have zero help, but agree that he was a great forum member. I think he was active on Rocketry Planet too, but to be honest that was years ago and maybe I'm remembering the previous vs. current TRF implementation. Either way, he was an awesome contributor.

Has anyone checked the wayback machine archives?

Sandy.
 

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The index lists the issues where you can find certain Micro plans, for example:

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it would be nice if there was an archive of the full collection somewhere.
 

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Does anybody have clue as to happened to his collection?
 

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I tried digging through the Wayback Machine but came up dry.
 

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So is there going to be a certain place to download McCoys plans or are we going to use this thread to download them to?
 

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So, the full hyperlinked index is 20 times the maximum permitted length of a single post on the forum...

For the time being I've posted it here:

I have not made any attempt yet to identify specifically the MMX entries other than the post above w/ a readily titled subset.

There are two major caveats to this index:
  • The PDF index, and therefore this index, only covers 1965--2007 but there are many subsequent issues up through 2020.
  • Volumes 7--21, covering 1971--1999, are not available online and thus not linked here.
The first point in particular means there are probably a lot of MMX plans/articles that are not indexed.
 
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