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Old 05 April 2004, 17:23   #1
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Quitkey in WHDload

Just a few general questions really...

I've looked in the whdload docs and seen the format of the command as:

QUITKEY=$5D (or the like) but I can't seem to apply this to certain games. I tried it on the Addams Family (yes I know it's already got a quitkey) can you change it for every game or only some?

I seem to get an error saying...
bad number
whdload failed returncode 10

Anyone fancy shedding some light for me?

TIA

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Old 05 April 2004, 18:27   #2
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Is this on the command line or in the icon? Have you tried a decimal raw key code instead of a hexadecimal?

e.g. QUITKEY = 93
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Well I've currently fixed the problem by assigning the quitkey as a global variable rather than local to each slave.

I just hope that when I get to a game that uses the * key, that it lets me change it!
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