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Old 13 October 2008, 08:47   #41
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@ Cammy:

Are you using an NTSC system? Would you mind sending me your .start files? I'll have a look. I'm pretty sure the games not booting is due to faulty .start files or wrongly configured game folders.

Did you modify any of the files that came with the toolkit? Did you test the disc prior to burning?

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Old 13 October 2008, 14:18   #42
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Great stuff lennon ! The usage is a bit different than your previous version though ... What I especially like is the speedy control... you can flash through the menu now.

Best regards and big THANX,
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Old 13 October 2008, 14:34   #43
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Be sure to replace WHDLoad when using the pack on an A1200. The one included with the pack is WHDLoadCD32
I only know this WHDLoad http://www.whdload.de/index.html

Where is WHDLoadCD32 ?
 
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I only know this WHDLoad http://www.whdload.de/index.html

Where is WHDLoadCD32 ?
It's inside the WHDLoad package Here are the docs : http://www.whdload.de/docs/en/cd32.html
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Old 13 October 2008, 15:10   #45
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As TheCyberDruid pointed out correctly, it's inside the WHDLoad package. It's already part of the toolkit, but the executable has been renamed to WHDLoad to make switching between different versions just a matter of exchanging the executable
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Old 13 October 2008, 18:36   #46
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OK, since I already did over 500 screenshots using the AGS palette from one of the CD32 compilations (the one with Pacman on the top) and I did all .start files and 90% of them have .txt descriptions I decided I would use this AMS version for my A1200 in the living room (it was either this or wait for Killer Gorillas front-end... but for that i would need to either wait for his screenshots or re-do ALL screenshots I did already).
AMS version works really nicely - I love the support for shoulder buttons, when it re-loads it stays in the same "folder" (since it is all done with ASSIGN's) and ofcourse the scrolling - it is really nice (it is too fast when there aren't that many files in the folder, but I made some bogus files and a custom font so the filenames aren't visible). Actually now it does EVERYTHING I ever wanted and I didn't have to code anything ;-)

Here are a couple of screenshots running it... (I took your menu picture and changed its palette to mine so it fits... ).

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Old 13 October 2008, 20:25   #47
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I'm really glad, tomcat Looks great!
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Old 14 October 2008, 21:15   #48
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Come on, people. Someone must have tried it

I've just finished version 1.1 of which two builds exist: one for the CD32 and one for all other AGA Amigas using a harddisk. The latter doesn't require a CD32 joypad for fast scrolling anymore, but allows moving the joystick left and right for the same effect. Works a treat with my Competition Pros
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Old 15 October 2008, 00:24   #49
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i will test this later... great work man!!
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Old 15 October 2008, 12:54   #50
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Version 1.1 is available in the Zone! now. Alternate version for all other HD-equipped AGA AMIGAs availabe in separate thread.

Enjoy! I strongely suggest upgrading.
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Come on, people. Someone must have tried it
I'm VERY keen to try it, but can only get online at work for maybe another month by the looks of it now.

This means I can't download the files

Once I'm back online it'll be the first thing I do!

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Old 21 October 2008, 11:04   #52
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Come on people, give me something to work with
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Works really nicely lennon Haven't tried 1.1 yet since I don't think it will bring anything new for me. I am actually using CD32 joypad on A1200 and everything works as it should there with 1.0 ...
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Old 21 October 2008, 11:42   #54
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Hey tomcat666,

thanks for the feedback. I did some research about those graphical bugs you reported to me. It seems they are somehow connected to the screenshots used with AMS. I don't really know why, but I was able to remove the green artifacts by replacing screenshots they appeared with with other ones. I'm really a bit clueless about this matter and I wonder if this is AMS's fault at all...
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Will check the ones that give me green sprite stripes and try and re-encode them with ACDSee or something thanx for the tip !
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Can somebody PLEASE re-Zone this?

I've signed up with a new ISP & will be back online at home as of tonight, but just missed it as time ran out in The Zone last night

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Back in The Zone! for you Fingerlickin_B
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Thanks HEAPS Damien!

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Old 16 November 2008, 16:33   #60
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Hooooo

Hey guys,

Just discovered this thread, and this is outstanding! Great work Lennon!
The problem is i can't find the files in the Zone anymore...
Could someone repost them (including manual)?

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