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WIDTH command in MSX BASIC

At width=40, 240 pixels are generated from a nominal line width of 342; subtracting the 58/342ths of the line that is used for blanking and sync that means around 84% of each line is pixels. Using all ...
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Printing characters not at expected position

In your approach, the commands poke 214,y:print:poke 211,x position the cursor one line below the given y value. The reason is that the following carriage return (issued by the single print command) ...
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Printing characters not at expected position

It's not enough to poke the values into those locations - there's other information held elsewhere that also needs to be updated. See, for example, the following (slightly paraphrased) text from this ...
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