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#5278 09/03/05 06:03 AM
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Tons of bugs fixed in this version - thanks to everyone who reported stuff here and on Fujix's board.

Changes include:
* Fixed major bug where songs with fixed volumes in the list file would break normalization until the app was restarted
* Fixed years on Ridge Racer series, Matrimelee, and Final Romance 4
* Fixed manufacturer on Ace Attacker
* Fixed clipping on blswhstl
* Fixed ROM loading in shdancer (crashed in Linux, bad playback on Windows)
* Fixed parent/clone relationships for missb2, cottonj, gt3dv18, and tp2m32
* Added Final Lap R, Ghost Lop, Jockey Grand Prix, V-Liner, Dimahoo, and Progear
* Fixed command format for vs2v991 (now can select all songs)
* Fixed startup delay for the Parodius, GX400, and Double Dribble drivers so the first song plays properly
* Reduced PSG volume in Space Harrier and Hang-On
* Updated IREM CPU decryption for the M92 driver to latest from MAME, should fix some small issues with those games.
* Reduced startup time of IREM M72/81/83/97/99 driver substantially
* Rebalanced IREM M72/81/83/97/99 driver to reduce DAC pop when changing songs
* Fixed -r sample rate switch in command line M1 to work properly
* Fixed SCSP drivers to work at sample rates other than 44100
* (Linux) Changed ALSA driver to hopefully be more compatible

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Phatty laugh Time for downloading followed by lots and lots of enjoyment.


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thx for update.

some days ago, I found a bug in M1 0.7.6 for Windows
and 0.7.7 still has it.

-w option outputs a illegal RIFF format.
in 0x28~0x2b, it means 'data' chunk's body size.
but actual sizes are 8 bytes more than described size.

for example: M1 outputs a .WAV file 0x6bad4 bytes length.

[incorrect]
00000000: 52 49 46 46 CC BA 06 00 57 41 56 45 66 6D 74 20
00000010: 10 00 00 00 01 00 02 00 44 AC 00 00 10 B1 02 00
00000020: 04 00 10 00 64 61 74 61 A0 BA 06 00 ** ** ** **

[correct]
00000000: 52 49 46 46 CC BA 06 00 57 41 56 45 66 6D 74 20
00000010: 10 00 00 00 01 00 02 00 44 AC 00 00 10 B1 02 00
00000020: 04 00 10 00 64 61 74 61 A8 BA 06 00 ** ** ** **

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Amazing work again, Richter. Wrong dates depend on M1 or is it responsability of Bridge? Tekken Tag date is 1999, not 1995 and Figting Layer date is 1998, not 1995.

Could you add Libero Grande in next version please?

Keep giving us your great work!

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Quote:
Originally posted by ShengLong:
Could you add Libero Grande in next version please?
What about the Requests topic? :p

I hope this isn't too O/T but, heck. What else is there to say other than Great work Mr. B... cool

I remember asking about a list for 'Manx TT' and I'm pretty sure I DL'ed the most recent List file from E2J. But it doesn't appear to be in there. :bemused:

...and I'm so tempted to make a skin for Bridge. Hope it's idiot proof. Lord knows this forum isn't. I'm proof of that. laugh


Dear Mod/Admin, Please let me know why you had to delete this post. Thanks.
#5283 09/04/05 03:59 AM
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Wrong dates are always M1's fault. I've fixed all the System 12 games for the next version.

Tom: I have the latest lists and there definitely isn't anything for Manx TT.

#5284 09/05/05 09:50 AM
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Thanks Belmont for updating!

I released the latest lists on my page.
Please try them smile


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#5285 09/05/05 10:21 AM
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Great to see new lists, I figured if 3 M1 updates didn't get people making them again nothing would ;-)

BTW, minor correction for the English version of tmnt2 I keep forgetting: "sead" should be "seed" (in the line "maybe a sead from the parrot").

Also, how is it that people are making lists (complete with song numbers) for games that don't remotely exist in M1 (example: cgangpzl)? :-)

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Game soundtrack, debug build of MAME, and a lot of optimism?

Thanks for the list update!


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#5287 09/06/05 12:23 AM
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I think 0.7.8's going to come sooner than I'd planned - Cync (the Japanese programmer who fixed up the System 12 sound) just worked the same magic on the Super System 22 sound in MAME. M1 with his changes sounds better than the Viva Nonno HLE code, and there's no longer missing songs. Prop Cycle in particular has some really tasty ambient tracks now.

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