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Old 28 October 2001, 23:45   #1
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Floppy disk TSgui ???

Did any of you checked this tool out allready ??

TSgui (TrackSaver GUI)

- can create Image files (also known as ADF or HDF) from any floppy disk or
harddisk partition
- can write Image files back to disk
- can be used from CLI or Workbench
- can compress / decompress image files with GZIP
- German and English AmigaGuide included
- can create custom ADFs from copyprotected disks (experimental)
- catalog description file for creating your own translations

Available on Aminet the adf´s from copyprotected games are quite huge but they work fine in WinUAE .... any comments ???
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I tried it once but I can't remember what I thought of it
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I remember that anyone tried it with Jurassic Park original and the adf got a size of more than 2 MB but it works would be kewl for using WHDLoad (originals) .....

Edit : I hope they implement the feature to write that extended adfs back to disk soon
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