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Old 01 October 2017, 23:49   #1
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Remove 20 floppies limitation?

Hi Frode - a quick question.

Currently, great strides are being made here by Nobody creating a minimal linux install running FS-UAE on bootup for a much nicer and more capable Amithlon experience on newer hardware.

There's only one small problem - we can only list 20 floppies in the F12 menu - and even with WHDLoad running fine, having a huge list of ADF images is common for many emulator users. Being able to switch from a list of installed ADF images in /floppies/mount would be a godsend.

Any chance that you could lift the restriction? I do understand that it's not just a case of increasing the size of an array - large collections tend to be organised into directories after all. But anything would help.

Failing that, I'd quite like to create a new frontend for uaectrl that uses proper file requesters and such, but for two things - 1, I've not developed anything for the Amiga for a very, very long time and 2, it would require that WB be loaded to be of any use.

So I'm asking here first

Thanks for your time.
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Old 13 August 2020, 16:53   #2
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almost 3 years later, I would also like this limitation removed OR possibly, not having to rely on the media list to swap
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