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Old 09 November 2013, 11:58   #334
Toni Wilen
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Originally Posted by amilo3438 View Post
If demos/intros becomes a little boring, then slideshows, for a change, now looks quite interesting.
(p.s. but do not know how long, depends on the current mood)

Batman Vuelve Sildeshow II (Slideshow) by Batman Group

winuaelog -> "Exception 3 (fc1bfe) at fc1bfc -> fc081a!" ... after 1st intro it stops here!
This quite interesting. It has null pointer bug, A0 points to zero but it was supposed to be pointer to some structure. It loads long from $56(a0) (which is always $083400fc under KS1.3, loads from exception vectors), this gets passed to GetMsg, GetMsg() loads message list successor pointer from $083400fc+$10 and for some reason result is zero on real hardware.

Normally reading from non-existing memory returns last prefetched value, I guess reading from ROM or fast ram (083400fc becomes 003400fc = fast ram region on 24-bit address bus) works differently.

EDIT: I think it is now correctly emulated.

The Wonderful Art Of Hajime Soroyama (Slideshow) by Beyond Force

pic.1 ... without "Remove interlaced artifacts"

pic.2 ... Remove interlaced artifacts = ON (now a lot of glitches on screen graphics appears! ... could this option be improved?)
Possibly but I am not interested. It can never work well if program uses copper tricks.

Amega Party Graphics Competition (Slideshow) by Dexion

winuaelog -> "Illegal instruction: 4e7b at 00FC0564 -> 00FC0582" ... got after loading any of picture and pressing "SPACE" key!?
It works as designed, it just resets the system when you want to see next image

Forgotten (Slideshow) by Mirage

pic.3 ... it happens on the 1st slide called ABRAXAS ... weird, tried also version from link ... isnt that supposed to be "hand checked and verified to be working" version?!

More Than Design (Slideshow) by Analog

pic.4 ... probably broken dms file, just a guess ?!
Both have confirmed graphics corruption.

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