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At last I can release my first emulator. It is called RMESS and is basically MESS with some fixes applied.


Changelog for version 105

* make .n64 the default extension for the n64 (not tested)


* add two new drivers:

- super80 and super80v


* Quickload:

- Fix autorun especially for BASIC programs

- Allow "wrap-around" loads

- Fix various "Access Violation" issues

- Add dipswitch option to turn Autorun off


* The above Quickload fixes applied to:

- exidy and clones

- mbee and clones

- vz200 and clones.


* Microbee:

- fix soft reset

- fix sound that was broken for some games in MESS 0.105

- fix colours from getting overwritten by green

- fix cursor modes

- add Auto-resize option

- enable small character set

- fix "extra insert" key


* Exidy and exidyd, remove "Not Working" flag, as everything works except for the cassette system



Notes on Super-80


It is about 95% complete, and it runs all my software apart from one game.


Bug file:

- cassette system doesn't work

- the 6845 "interlace" and "interlace and video" modes not emulated

- Natural keyboard has problems when Shift key pressed

- Keyboard interrupt doesn't work if keyboard isn't being scanned

- Parallel / Serial interface board not emulated



NOTE: The Auto-Resize dipswitch in the super80 and microbee drivers requires you to do a hard reset after changing the setting.


>> You can download it HERE (source included).

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