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As of SVN #8278, the apple2/apple2p/apple2e drivers support the cassette interface (read only for now). I haven't had much luck with Integer BASIC tapes, but Applesoft stuff like Color Demosoft or the Applesoft version of Little Brick Out loads and runs fine.

For the II Plus and IIe, turn off full keyboard, press F3 (reset) to drop into BASIC, type LOAD and press Enter, then start the tape playing via the Tab menu or WinUI.

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Not know what´s happen.

r8279
Clean compile (obj folder deleted)

If I start MESSUI (MESS.exe is ok) I get following message :



I tried also bobz daily build (r8276) with the same result.

Maybe r8273 is the reason ?

I will now try to delete some scr (sub( folders and try again.

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OK, now it is ok.
The medicine was to reboot my computer. smile

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
As of SVN #8278, the apple2/apple2p/apple2e drivers support the cassette interface (read only for now). I haven't had much luck with Integer BASIC tapes, but Applesoft stuff like Color Demosoft or the Applesoft version of Little Brick Out loads and runs fine.

For the II Plus and IIe, turn off full keyboard, press F3 (reset) to drop into BASIC, type LOAD and press Enter, then start the tape playing via the Tab menu or WinUI.


Apple2e driver
Apple Color Demosoft (.wav)





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AnnaWu I have the same problem rebooted several times still the same. Mess svn r8276 running on windows vista 32 bit.

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Originally Posted By fzuern
AnnaWu I have the same problem rebooted several times still the same. Mess svn r8276 running on windows vista 32 bit.


Try to delete the complete obj folder and maybe
mess\src\osd\winui\ too.

DL the the missing source again and make a new clean compile.

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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
Originally Posted By R. Belmont
As of SVN #8278, the apple2/apple2p/apple2e drivers support the cassette interface (read only for now). I haven't had much luck with Integer BASIC tapes, but Applesoft stuff like Color Demosoft or the Applesoft version of Little Brick Out loads and runs fine.

For the II Plus and IIe, turn off full keyboard, press F3 (reset) to drop into BASIC, type LOAD and press Enter, then start the tape playing via the Tab menu or WinUI.


Apple2e driver
Apple Color Demosoft (.wav)






Applesoft Little Brick Out (.wav)
Apple2e driver



As Arbee said, Integer BASIC tape images not working yet.

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I have a question.
If I play the tape with .wav extension im MESSUI, I can not hear any sound.
If I use a tape image with another extension, all is ok.



Any wrong settings, exist a way to fix it ?
.wav is associated with the Windows Media Player on my WinXP.

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SVN r8298: Preliminary ROZ implementation in the Super A'Can driver

Video of C.U.G.'s intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nT9hSQkYec

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The ROZ layer stuff is looking really good.

Does the ROZ layer use the same flags as the normal tilemap layers? If so, are they disabling the wrap scroll enable flag when the images are rotated in?

I don't remember anything about the mode 7 settings on the SNES; but could the A'Can have based their ROZ layer on the SNES'? Especially since the Gameboy Advance was pretty much considered a handheld SNES (with a better CPU).

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