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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
SVN 3464 fixes the Mac not starting up problem. I've got more ADB and other work on the SE and Classic in progress but it's not ready to go in yet.

Have to wait until tomorrow to get the new build for testing. smile

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SVN 3464 fixes the Mac not starting up problem. I've got more ADB and other work on the SE and Classic in progress but it's not ready to go in yet.

Have to wait until tomorrow to get the new build for testing. smile


Good job, Arbee smile

Looks good for some Mac driver.

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SVN revision 3478

Nathan Woods made some Windows GUI fixes already.

One small bug still exist in DIP Switches Config menu.
If the text is longer (2 lines needed) not at all is visible.




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There's a new Atari 2600 demo out.

It comes with executables for emulators and real h/w, and both are PAL. The "real h/w" one hangs after one of the scenes in the MESS a2600p driver. The "emulator" one runs all the way through but the rotating 3d cube (yes, really) is very glitchy. (I haven't seen a video from real h/w to verify everything yet, but supposedly the latest Stella runs it correctly).

It's worth watching even for non-MESS-testing purposes incidentally, there are definitely some "how the heck did they do that on that hardware?!" moments smile

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the rotating 3d cube (yes, really)


I think you meant (not really). If it rotated about anything other than the Z axis I'd be tempted to agree, but there's no reason why they couldn't just have a simple linezoom and color table in ROM. It's a bastardized road layer.

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Yes, but even doing a road layer on the 2600 is a serious undertaking.

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SVN revision 3513

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[COMX35] Separated 80-column ROMs driver


Dear Curt,

today I split the 80column.1.0.bin ROM (4096 bytes) which is now available in new 1802 Emulator and necessary for your added 80 Column support (80column.u3 2048 bytes + chargen.bin 2048 bytes).

I have no idea how I can test the 80 Column support because the most COMX software does not support the 80 Column card.

Do you have any tip ?

Thank you.


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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
SVN revision 3513

COMX35 driver

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[COMX35] Separated 80-column ROMs driver


Dear Curt,

today I split the 80column.1.0.bin ROM (4096 bytes) which is now available in new 1802 Emulator and necessary for your added 80 Column support (80column.u3 2048 bytes + chargen.bin 2048 bytes).

I have no idea how I can test the 80 Column support because the most COMX software does not support the 80 Column card.


You need to select the 80 column card into one of the expansion slots in the configuration, and then type CARD Sx into the emulator, where x is the number of slot the 80 column card is "in".

E.g. if 80 column card is in slot 4, type CARD S4 and press Enter.

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SVN revision 3513

COMX35 driver

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[COMX35] Separated 80-column ROMs driver


Dear Curt,

today I split the 80column.1.0.bin ROM (4096 bytes) which is now available in new 1802 Emulator and necessary for your added 80 Column support (80column.u3 2048 bytes + chargen.bin 2048 bytes).

I have no idea how I can test the 80 Column support because the most COMX software does not support the 80 Column card.


You need to select the 80 column card into one of the expansion slots in the configuration, and then type CARD Sx into the emulator, where x is the number of slot the 80 column card is "in".

E.g. if 80 column card is in slot 4, type CARD S4 and press Enter.


I am back from the vacations. Thank you so much for the info, I will test it. smile


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SVN 3771

I have a problem to audit drivers. A lot of Romsets will not detected.

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