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    Whoops, haha, yeah I mean Hexadecimal - not...

    Whoops, haha, yeah I mean Hexadecimal - not octal. I often get their names mixed up.
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    In Windows Calculator, set it to...

    In Windows Calculator, set it to Advanced/Programmer mode and set it to Octal, type in that number, then set it to Decimal and it will convert it for you. Then you can type that number into MMF2.
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