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Old 26 March 2003, 00:35   #1
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Pinball Games: Shift key get stuck...

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With Pinball dreams and pinball fantasies, the shift keys get stuck after some seconds...

UAE 0.22R1
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Old 26 March 2003, 00:54   #2
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try 0.8.22r5 instead
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Old 26 March 2003, 13:57   #3
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Shift keys? Last time I checked I use the Alt keys with WinUAE/Pinball Dreams no problems-well apart from my own damm lack of reflexes!
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Old 26 March 2003, 14:15   #4
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most people i would guess use the shift keys, i certaintly do and always did when playing them on the amiga. but regardless of whether the shift or alt keys are used earlier versions of winuae did have problems and the flippers would often be left sticking up making them diffiicult to play, this has since been fixed although i can't remember which version it was first fixed in
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0.8.22 R1 probably.
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Ok, just tried latest version (0.22 R5) and it seems to be OK... (only played a few seconds though...)

But 0.22 R2+ have problems with HD mapped to win directory so this version cannot replace the 0.22 R1 for me ;((

(I get strange big slowdowns... ex: I type "list libs:" and the hd access stops... until I set WinUAE to pause ! )
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Old 28 March 2003, 21:43   #7
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Lol !

I just tried the PC/DOS versions of Pinball Fantasies and Pinball Dreams and scrolling is *PERFECT* (unlike in WinUAE ;(() and the sound is also the same as in the Amiga version...

(even PC Speaker got *fantastic* sound !!!)

Why bother ?
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I just tried the PC/DOS versions of Pinball Fantasies and Pinball Dreams and scrolling is *PERFECT* (unlike in WinUAE ;(()
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Why bother ?
Well, seems I must test this thoroughly.
Scrolling *should* be perfect now, at least in full-screen mode and VSync enabled...

[edit] yes. works perfectly with 50 Hz PAL and VSync enabled. However, 100 Hz mode doesn't output clean sound. (ba-a-a-a-a...)

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