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Old 06-02-2018, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by GSGregg View Post
Every time I play the table?
Er, how often are you planning on playing the table? oO

But yeah, it shouldn't be too hard to convert it in to a non-midi table, if you need a hand with that.

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So, commenting out stops it from being a spike-strip to the running of the table?
Yes. Didn't you try it?

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Same reason my 1966 Gran Sport still has its lumbering 401-inch V8 instead of a Tesla electric setup; old stuff that still works has personality. (Of course, there's also the money...or lack of same)
Meh. This would be more like trying to preserve a custom hack someone rigged up in the shop. Instead of using a Buick part, they stuck some import chrome pieces on for some reason.

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I did see a bunch of Future Pinball originals by, I think, Mark 1? But, VP Recreations? Not sure. Hafta go browsing...
I think they're all originals; no re-creations:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...gPFUn-HIyenjFg
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