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Old 18 May 2019, 16:19   #41
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I remember that Lionheart had at least versions (or two box editions). WHDLoad mentions even three. Maybe some version had corrected this.
No, I have 4 exe versions, and ALL of them have the horizontal line (unless you run it in ECS mode) + the corrupt water bug reported by Ross
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Old 18 May 2019, 17:33   #42
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(unless you run it in ECS mode)
on AGA machines?

Used Enhanced chipset mode...same problem!
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Old 18 May 2019, 19:00   #43
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On AGA machines the new features can be only partially disabled. If you badly bang the hardware a proper patch is needed.
But hexaae certainly wanted to say on 'ECS emulation'.

Anyway.. where can I find these 4 versions? (I know only two)
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What's this, ross? You're also fixing bugs in games released decades ago? You are a busy man, aren't you?
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On AGA machines the new features can be only partially disabled. If you badly bang the hardware a proper patch is needed.
But hexaae certainly wanted to say on 'ECS emulation'.

Anyway.. where can I find these 4 versions? (I know only two)
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Old 19 May 2019, 00:59   #46
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Thanks.
I'm curious to understand how they differ.

But do they all come from official releases?
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But do they all come from official releases?
Have no idea… but they all work with WHDLoad installer too...
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Have no idea… but they all work with WHDLoad installer too...
Ok, all clear, I had forgotten that I had 3 versions too...
In your archive 2 files are identical (only a change in HUNKs type, propably due to a different decompressor, but binary identical)
and it's the oldest version, probably used in a pre-release provided to a magazines and leaked and spread.
Then there is the version contained in SPS845 (a public release).
And then the last revised release (on which I worked) which is an upgrade to the SPS845 (containing compatibility patches).
So all right, nothing new.
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Ok, all clear, I had forgotten that I had 3 versions too...
In your archive 2 files are identical (only a change in HUNKs type, propably due to a different decompressor, but binary identical)
and it's the oldest version, probably used in a pre-release provided to a magazines and leaked and spread.
Then there is the version contained in SPS845 (a public release).
And then the last revised release (on which I worked) which is an upgrade to the SPS845 (containing compatibility patches).
So all right, nothing new.
Which is the latest release?
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Which is the latest release?
Lionheart_3 from yor archive.
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Hmmm, is your fixed version already released? It is one of the best games ever made.
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Hmmm, is your fixed version already released? It is one of the best games ever made.
Not yet.
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