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New System Drivers Supported (in no particular order):
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- Atari 1200XL (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Atari 600XL (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Atari 65XE (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Atari 65XE Arabic (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Atari 130XE (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Atari 800XE (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Atari XEGS (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Dator 3000 (not working) [Roberto Carlos Fernandez Gerhardt, Wilbert Pol]
- Dick Smith Wizzard [Curt Coder]
- Dick Smith VZ 2000 [Curt Coder]
- DEC VT100 (not working) [Miodrag Milanovic]
- Hanimex Rameses [Curt Coder]
- Kaypro II (Model 2/83) (not working) [Robbbert]
- Kaypro 4 (Model 4/83) (not working) [Robbbert]
- Kaypro 2x (Model 2/84) (not working) [Robbbert]
- Kaypro 10 (not working) [Robbbert]
- Kyocera Kyotronic 85 (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- LLC1 (not working) [Miodrag Milanovic]
- LLC2 [Miodrag Milanovic]
- NEC PC-8201A (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Nokia MikroMikko 1 M6 (not working) [Curt Coder]
- Nokia MikroMikko 1 M7 (not working) [Curt Coder]
- NTS DreamWriter T400 (not working) [Roberto Carlos Fernandez Gerhardt, Wilbert Pol]
- Olivetti M10 (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Omni II (not working) [Robbbert]
- Sanyo Creativision MK-II [Curt Coder]
- SNK NeoGeo Pocket [Wilbert Pol]
- SNK NeoGeo Pocket Color [Wilbert Pol]
- Talking Electronics Computer (TEC-1) [Robbbert]
- TRS-80 Model 100 (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- TRS-80 Model 102 (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- TRS-80 Model 200 (not working) [Fabio Priuli]
- Walther ES-210 (not working) [Roberto Carlos Fernandez erhardt, Wilbert Pol]
- Z1013 (Model with 8x4 and 8x8 keyboard) [Miodrag Milanovic]
- Z80 N.E. [Roberto Lavarone]



System Driver Changes:
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- [A7800] Better NTSC palette. [Robert Tuccitto, Underball, GroovyBee]

- [ATARI] Refactored MESS specific code from MAME to MESS source. [Fabio Priuli]

- [ATARI] Updated keyboard and keypad scan handling to be more accurate. Added natural keyboard support. [Fabio Priuli]

- [ATARI] Fixed PIA regression. Floppy disks work again. [Fabio Priuli]

- [ATMOS] Added Basic v1.2x enhanced BIOS [Fabio Priuli]

- [COLECO] Converted to use PORT_CATEGORY for controller selection. Look into the Category Menu (after pressing TAB) to enable Extra controllers. [Fabio Priuli]

- [COLECO] Fixed Super Action Controller emulation (it was missing additional action buttons and P2 slider). [Fabio Priuli]

- [CRVISION] Added tape loading. You can now load tapes which have only the left track. Stereo (data+audio) tapes are not supported yet. [Curt Coder]

- [ELECTRON] Fixed graphical display modes. [Robbbert]

- [MBEE] The pc85 now has the correct bioses (Thanks to Stewart Kay and IanM). The shell multi-rom selector is working. The bad dump of Telcom 3.21 has been replaced. The rom banking feature of Telcom 3.21 is now emulated. [Robbbert]

- [SPECTRUM] Removed Spectrum+ keyboard keys from earlier models (and from some clones). Moved Joystick interface selection to the Category Menu. [Fabio Priuli]

- [SPECTRUM] Added natural keyboard support. [Fabio Priuli]

- [STUDIO2] Fixed .st2 cartridge loading. [Curt Coder]

- [TI99 family] Added functionality for multi-cartridge handling. Added support for complex/multi-file cartridge images. [Michael Zapf]

- [TI99_8] Fixed the driver and removed the GAME_NOT_WORKING flag. [Michael Zapf]

- [TRS80] Various improvements: [Robbbert]
- added centronics printer
- cassette works on all clones
- Model III/4 RTC and cassette hooked up
- UART added
- LNW-80 graphics and colour added
- ht1080z and system-80 extension roms added

- [X68000] Added support for 3 and 6 button Megadrive gamepads. [Barry Rodewald]

- [ZX] Improved natural keyboard support. Removed hacky double mappings for Cursor Keys (and a few others). To access these keys, now you have to either press Shift together with another key, like in the real keyboard, or simply switch to natural keyboard emulation [Fabio Priuli]

- Added natural keyboard support to a number of drivers: ac1.c, amiga.c, apogee.c, b2m.c, bk.c, einstein.c, galeb.c, homelab.c, irisha.c, mikro80.c, mikrosha.c, mz80.c, orao.c, partner.c, pecom.c, radio86.c, sapi1.c, special.c, ti99_8.c, tm990189.c, ut88.c [Fabio Priuli]


Source Changes:
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- The core is based on MAME 0.131. This incorporates all features of the update to this core. [MAME team]

- New tool added (castool) for cassette to wav conversion [Miodrag Milanovic]

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BTW, I strongly disagree with the renaming of the Atari computers. MAME/MESS has separate make and model names. Respect them.

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ColecoVision doesn't seem to be working right. The fire button just keeps firing with no imput. I tried to assign different keys but it was unsuccessful in solving the problem. I went back to 0.130 and everything worked fine.
I still have a problem with Super Cobra not having a primary fire button working. Also, the bug where you have to do a reset after exiting a game is still there.
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mmm, strange. try deleting coleco.cfg in your cfg/ directory.

I'll investigate a bit more this issue anyway, but I tested the driver and seemed to work with the couple of games I tried

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
BTW, I strongly disagree with the renaming of the Atari computers. MAME/MESS has separate make and model names. Respect them.


which one of the two renamings? it has changed twice in a few hours...

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"Atari ST" should be "ST".

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Just before the 0.131 release, I had changed Atari 800 & c. to have Atari as a manufacturer only. However, it was decided to revert this because otherwise it would have come up as "800" only at system selection in UI (and I guess in Win GUI as well), and it was a not very descriptive name...

[me guessing]Maybe ST had been changed for the same reason...[/me guessing]

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The (Win G)UI needs to show the manufacturer string then. Changing the name to include it is a kludge.

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Originally Posted By etabeta78
[me guessing]Maybe ST had been changed for the same reason...[/me guessing]


You are correct. It was done for consistency, as having just "ST" in the UI/GUI is, as you said, not exactly informative.

Since the UI is part of MAME, and the GUI part of mameui, it would need the teams controlling those areas to show both the manufacturer and model name for MESS only. As I am not part of either team, there's not much I can do about it.

But, R.Belmont, it's something I'm sure you could do.... at least for MAME.

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but in MAME it makes much more sense to only show the description and not the manufacturer... and in MESS the manufacturer is only necessary in a few cases...

how can we solve the dilemma?

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