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16 April 2002, 21:20
Does anyone know if it is possible to have two mice with WinUAE. Some pages talk about patches from "Andreas". If it is how do I configure WinUAE and/or Windows to enable this feature?
//admin: please don't use direct signature in your post, configure your UserCP (http://eab.abime.net/usercp.php?s=) instead.
16 April 2002, 23:22
Oops, but definitely not me. :D
If they're really talking about me, they might mean that I found a bug in 0.8.21 R1 port 2 mouse emulation. But I don't think they're referring to me. I'm not so vain <grin> ;)
17 April 2002, 08:20
Maybe not, I found this qoute on a Newzealand WinUAE mirror (possibly outdated).
UAE 0.8.17 Win32/DirectX, Release 3 - November 03, 2001
(c) 1995 - 2001 Bernd Schmidt - Core UAE concept and implementation.
(c) 1997 - 2001 Mathias Ortmann - Win32 port and enhancements.
(c) 1997 - 2001 Brian King - Picasso96 and AHI support, GUI.
(c) 1998 - 2001 Toni Wilen - Auto-detect of VPOSW register changes cleaned up.
(c) 1999 - 2001 Sam Jordan - Various fixes and enhancements.
(c) 2001 Bernd "Bernie" Meyer - Tweaked the exception-handling code for JIT.
(c) 2001 Bernd Roesch - Various Picasso96 issues.
(c) 2001 Andreas Junghans - Multi-mouse (Still to do).
(c) 2001 Adil Temel
I just wondered if this is still marked "todo" in 0.8.21 or it is completely skipped?
BTW: why is it disallowed to use direct signatures? space or because registered users should at some privileges? :-)
17 April 2002, 11:24
Originally posted by foxtwo
BTW: why is it disallowed to use direct signatures? space or because registered users should at some privileges? :-) [/B]
It is just unneccesary to add a direct signature to each message since it is redundant (especially for those that don't have the need to see it). For those that want signatures, all they have to do is go to the UserCP and add one there. Then the user has the right to choose whether they want to see them or not. Direct signatures don't have that kind of flexibility, so the current system really is more practicle.
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