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Old 07 November 2009, 23:40   #1
Jonathan Drain
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Enable state recording?

On the "Miscellaneous" tab, there's an option "Enable state recording". Where and how does it record the state?

I'm using WinUAE 1.6.1.

Related: I'm looking for a convenient way to quick-load save states, for crashy or challenging games. Ideally multiple save states in case I quick-save right before falling onto spikes. Is there a way to do this with WinUAE?

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Old 08 November 2009, 11:37   #2
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State recording takes statefile snapshots to memory, END + numpad / (default mapping) restores previous statefiles one by one.

END + numpad number = quick restore
END + numpad number + SHIFT or CTRL = quick save
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Old 08 November 2009, 23:07   #3
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