|Inside, a very nice SCM. This typewriter is quite clean.|
|Oh! Look what is in the left corneer.|
|Looks unused. The key tops look a bit scuffed by the slugs.|
|Even has automatic 5 space paragraph indentation, and a tab set/clear rocker.|
|Under the tiny plastic box is a diagram for the way to store the Change-A-Type set. It shows the box in this orientation.|
|This machine is quite clean. Looks like it was hardly used.|
|Notice the key tops on this Classic 12. They are not all the same height. I have seen this on many Classic 12, Galaxie 12, and Sterling typewriters of the 70s|
|Notice the key tops on the Forecast 12? They are all the same height.|
|This book arrived in the mail today.|
Seems like I am back in electronics school when I learned ground is ground is ground except.... So just as a grounded conductor may not be the same ground potential I guess Google pixels, monitor pixels, and scanner pixels are not the same.
One day I'll get around to calibrating my monitor to my printer to the scanner, and maybe even my Olympus digital imaging devices. I'll need to if I decide to do post processing of the RAW files.