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Old 14 January 2022, 02:39   #1
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Browse/Access DIC images?

Hello again,

I have a small question which I couldn't find an answer for.

Is it in some (easy) way possible to access a DIC image? Like is it somehow mountable so that I could put/extract files on/from it or can it be written back to a drive?

I have a WHDL Save disk for Dungeon Master but I also spent some time with the Chaos Strikes Back Utility Disk to save all the portraits from DM and CSB (plus some Fanmade ones I found) and now I want to merge the files onto one disk.
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Old 14 January 2022, 17:18   #2
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DIC images are .adf images. You can mount them with WinUAE or with a lot of native amiga utilities.

They can be read from or written to. There are batch tools to extract the files from them too.
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Old 14 January 2022, 20:18   #3
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Damn, now I feel dumb. Why haven't I tried that!? Thanks.
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