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ARCADE 0.189


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ARCADE 32/64 are released.

 

 

Changes:

- History indexing made much faster.

- Movies and Videos directory have been merged, use the same one for both things.

- Added right-click option to read the game's PDF manual (you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed).

- Fixed M1FX button to tell you if m1fx.exe not found instead of doing nothing.

- Fixed right-click "View Zipfile Content" if you have multiple rom directories defined.

- If no games in the list, prevent right-click from working, also remove references to "005".

 

As always, the releases only have the binary. Any other needed files come with the standard MAME from mamedev.org.

 

 

Download location: http://arcade.mameworld.info/

 

 

If there's bugs, post them here, but take notice of the provisos in the Welcome thread.

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Chanbara:

wcscpy_s

 

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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003

In other words, wcscpy_s has been around since Windows 95. Are you running SP3 on your XP? If others complain of the same problem then I'll consider changing it.

 

 

Dany777: I forgot about the tourvision problem. I'll try to find out what's going on.

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Are you running SP3 on your XP? If others complain of the same problem then I'll consider changing it.

 

Yes, I'm running SP3 on my XP. I have all windows updates installed except for .NET Framework 4. I intentionally chose not to install that because when it first got released by Microsoft it slowed down the boot time of my PC considerably. I'm not sure if Microsoft ever wind up fixing that issue, but I remember reading hundreds of complaints from users who were experiencing the same issue. And since I never came across a program that I used that needed .NET Framework 4, I never reinstalled it after I uninstalled it.

 

I'm not sure if that's the reason why I'm receiving that error message. Is that why?

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You don't need .NET 4 on XP unless you install something that needs it.

 

When you boot up, a service runs that generates .NET stuff, but on XP it slows the machine down too much (as you found). You can go into Services applet (under Manage) and disable those services. They have names like .NET something, or Microsoft .NET Framework. They are not needed to run.

 

Anyway none of that has any effect on your problem with wcscpy_s.

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