sodas wrote:For the Atari ST i use NoSTalgia (now up to version 1.4) - great app - I've been using it since version 0.65b
But I also emulate the ST with PowerST, Hatari and Aranym ;v))
oesii wrote:Hatari looks promising but I can never get it to run well on my systems, G3 Powerbook or G4 eMac. Have you had good experiences with Hatari or Aranym?
thothy wrote:oesii wrote:Hatari looks promising but I can never get it to run well on my systems, G3 Powerbook or G4 eMac. Have you had good experiences with Hatari or Aranym?
Hi there! What's exactly your problem with Hatari? Does it not start at all or does it run instable or do you have problems with the configuration?
oesii wrote:Ok, I've tested out Hatari .45 on my G4 800mhz eMac with 640mb Ram.
thothy wrote:Can you please check if you have accidentially enabled the "Use extended resolution" setting in the TOS/GEM setup dialog? It should be disabled for playing games...
oesii wrote:That was exactly the problem, I didn't know to look at the TOS setup menu for this option. I read the manual and it says something about games not working with different resolutions but it doesn't warn about the extended resolution check box. Now I can get the games to run in a small desktop window, is there a way to make the window bigger?
voodoo wrote:There is no fullscreen mode on NoSTalgia or Hatari for instance and they are rather plagued with minor sound, graphic and disk loader bugs.
Still I appreciate the effort (thoth that is a nod in your direction - I wish I could help devolopment in any way.. )
voodoo wrote:I'd be glad to help with anything I can in the Hatari development. I don't know any programming though
What is debugging?
PS. have you talked to the developer of NoSTalgia? He's come very far with his emulator..
voodoo wrote:Great stuff!
Since I don't know the first step of programming (I'm a biologist) I'll playtest ST games on Hatari. It is the least I can do.
Good to see that you two developers aren't completely missing each other. That would have been a shame! There aren't that many ST emulator developers for the Macintosh!
simonsunnyboy wrote:At least STEEM under Win already has those extended res. I remember having a 640x480x16cols screen with STEEM.
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