I was wondering while cleaning my Famicom, since parts of it are textured(like the bottom), and parts are smooth. Which one is the top half supposed to be? Need to know, so I know what I can use to effectively clean it, without ruining the feel. There's some tough dirt on there.
Well, I found a roundabout solution, but let me walk you through my earlier process.
I'd set it up to print in Paint, turning the Page Setup to print at actual size. Then, I'd just print it. Funny enough, it turned out the problem WAS the file, as I wound up resizing it by a few bits of an inch, and got it to work.
So, after that I just carefully cut apart the one sleeve I had, and traced it. Then, I scanned the cutout, and now I have a printable template for future sleeves.
So, that's solved, just weirdly. A PDF would've definitely helped XD
(As a side, if anyone wants a link to the template I scanned, let me know)
My Twin Famicom throws out Error 22 whenever i put one of my disks in, or even if there's no disk in and the disk holder lowers. I have already tried drive cleaning and spindle hub alignment. Should I try cleaning the drive again, and if so, how? Here's a sound recording of the drive in action. I'm sorry for the usage of a link, but I had to due to the arbitrary filetype stipulstion. https://file.io/Lss2te7f
Well, a few tries later, and printing this at the right size is proving to be a NIGHTMARE. It isn't the file's fault-it's fine-but neither Paint nor Photos print it right. Paint just makes it really tiny when I set it to actual size, and Photos threatens to have it fill the page. Any tips are welcome.