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Old 19 March 2007, 14:25   #1
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Can't get SAS C 6.5 to work properly

I have installed to a HD on WinUAE - A1200 with 8 Meg Ram config.

The SCOPTS won't create a new folder - it doesn't moan, just doesn't do it...

SE is very slow to respond to keypresses and after entering text it disappears off the right hand side of the screen.

Does anyone have SAS C working correctly within the emulator, and if so could they give me some hints...
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Old 20 March 2007, 10:26   #2
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I have been using V6.58 under WinUAE for years. Works fine.

Normally, you would run SCSETUP from your SC:C directory, and pick the drawer you want to set up. RAM:test for example.

Use the SCOPTIONS icon which is created in the target drawer to set up the SCOPTIONS instead of running SCOPTS directly.

I don't use SE, so I can't help you there.
Since I have WB3.1/3.9 set up in Windows directories instead of a HARDFILE, I normally use EditPlus2 on the PC side which allows custom highlighting based on file type.

Can we see your SC assigns from your user.startup file? May be a problem there..

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