DarkLord wrote:Woohoo!!!!!!! Success!!!!
It's working! It loaded up just fine, and I played the included mod, no problems.
I also loaded up the original 844 release on my Falcon and it worked fine there,
even in 060 mode.
Thank you, thank you, thank you! <bows low in awe> This is one of the things
I love about the Atari community - so many great people!
PS One quick question - <space> stops the current song and returns the mouse
pointer, but how do you exit back to the desktop? Probably something obvious
but I didn't see it...
ljbk wrote:I am glad it works.
To exit, just left click on the top left corner.
Please take a minute to read the small manual included in the main package.
Eero Tamminen wrote:ljbk wrote:This procedure just waits for the vertical blank
Thanks. It seems that calculating this register value on reads (like ST/STE/TT code does) is TODO in Hatari's Falcon/Videl emulation for some reason, it just returns value last written to this register by emulated code. I mailed hatari-devel about that.
ljbk wrote:Hi !
An update to version 0.845 is now available.
STE oversampled and multiplexed modes are now available.
Octalyser tags CD42, CD43, CD62, CD63, CD82 and CD83 are now recognized.
This means that any module using 20KHz or 25 KHz sample base frequency saved in Octalyser can be played or reworked in Hextracker.
In the zip there is an example: spicey.mod from Alan F, using 25 KHz base for C-3 note.
That mod was adapted to have volume effects using 9 changed to C. But the original file is also there.
This is not a "full" package as i expect to do some more updates soon.
The multiplexer implemented strategy is the one that fitted the strategy for the other parts of the code like DIST calculation and Osciloscope. But it is not the fastest. A new one is in preparation that will need a specific STE codepath for both above features. It is much faster. But this will require some time.
DarkLord, this version will not work with your "special" STacy. At the next major version, i will provide you with a special case.
DarkLord wrote:Hi. Sorry to report, but 0.847 doesn't work either. It simply freezes up with a mouse
pointer icon on a blank screen.
Listen, it's okay though - 0.844 is working fine so if you don't want to invest a lot
of time trying to patch for what is admittedly one single oddball machine, I do
Thanks for all your hard work on this.
DarkLord wrote:And we're back working again.
I tested the complete archive first but it showed the same
behavior - locked up with a "busy bee" icon froze on the screen.
I copied the "D" version of the program into that directory and
it took right off, no problems.
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