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Old 24 April 2016, 14:59   #1
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Error in restoring system properly if AR3 is active

If I use WinUAE to save a game and then restore it and continue, for the most part it works flawlessly.

However, if AR3 has been activated onscreen and is still there and you save and then restore, its as if all memory AR3 uses hasn't been fully restored because the display screen is all corrupted on reload.

Also, it appears that $dff180 colour value isn't correctly preserved if AR3 is active when saving and restoring, as the colour value for $dff180 when you exit back to the game is taken from AR3 and not the game.
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Old 25 April 2016, 16:35   #2
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I can't duplicate. I just booted some demo, entered AR3, saved state, quit emulator, restarted, loaded state. Everything looked normal and exiting AR3 also worked as expected.
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