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Re: Enhancer Pack 2 is all you need!!
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@amigakit

Will we get system-wide gfx hardware rendering support?

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Re: Introducing the Rear Window blog
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@trixie

Another thing that disturbed me was that the alteredfile overwrite the original when clicking on save...at least a requester that warns about overwriting would be nice.

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@trgswe

I'll try that too, thank you

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@trgswe

Thank you, I may get back to you once i can test again.

all printf versions doesn't seem to print anything, dunno why yet.

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@LiveForIt

newlib all over

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Re: Infamous Black Amiga Os 4.1 Splash Screen Freeze
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@rjd324

Can you enhance the debug level while booting?

Something like debug_level=10 instead of 1?
Don't know what the correct setting in uboot is

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@Antique
@Liveforit

I'll try, thanks.

Problem is that printf didn't show anything.
Looks like I need to use scummvm's own debug command.

Not at home, so will take some time

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Re: Introducing the Rear Window blog
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@khayoz

You want to wait for @lylehaze and his "Score" program.
It might give you exactly what you are looking for.

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@all

Both didn't work unfortunately.

The sys: solution triggers a warning about about cutting off before nullptr was read or something like that and the adapted strncpy line didn't fix it either.

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@LiveForIt

Thank you, i'll try your suggestions, but i rather not drop the browser_lastpath functionality.

I guess i'll have to try and fix it from where it comes in the code (IF it is the culprit)

Thank you for the suggestions

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@Antique

Thats what i'm suspecting...i'll try and see if that is the culprit.

Thanks

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@kas1e

I wouldn't want to go as far as saying it comes from *anywhere*.
It's either ASL or ScummVM and i'm suspecting something.

Take a look at lines 56-58 from https://github.com/scummvm/scummvm/tre ... /backends/dialogs/amigaos
if (ConfMan.hasKey("browser_lastpath")) {
            
strncpy(pathBufferConfMan.get("browser_lastpath").c_str(), sizeof(pathBuffer) - 1);
        }

If i understand that correctly it will *read* the browser_lastpath variable (if found?) and add it as a default path to the ASL path input field in line 68, correct?
strncpy(pathBufferfr->fr_Drawersizeof(pathBuffer));

If that is correct then, in this special scenario, there is no browser_lastpath variable set (because we are missing the scummvm.ini file that normally provides it)

So, it should not find/use that variable...but it seems it still does...or it's not using it, fails to set a default path and still continues to read random memory...maybe because of the pathBuffer not being initialized?

Now to know how to set a default pathBuffer...any ideas?
Is it sufficient to do something like this:
pathBuffer 'SYS:';

in line 53?

Thank you

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@kas1e

Thank you...seems i missed your answer.


@all


I do have another oddity coming up.

In a very special case (see below) i can make the ASL file requester (called from within scummvm) display random characters in the path section, see here:
Resized Image

I also had
RO[Y:7ðRÖð(sâ Y:6Y:6°|ÕH
and
]Ž(_ð`°d __°}øÈ
in two other tests...so completely random.

I don't know if this is a bug in string.gadget, input.gadget, whatever.gadget, ASL itself or maybe coming from an uninitialized ASL window within the scummvm impolementation?

So if anyone wants to shed some light...especially OS4 betatesters as i remember some similar input.gadget problem which has been fixed in beta (iirc) in the meantime

Here is the rudimentary binary (only the exe with no engines)...simply start it from anywhere and click on "Add Game" to bring up the requester. (Available 21 days from today on)
http://www.fileconvoy.com/dfl.php?id= ... 000436932ae4509a990a2b831

and here one would look if one wants to check out the ASL implementation in scummvm.
https://github.com/scummvm/scummvm/tre ... /backends/dialogs/amigaos

TIA for any pointers

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Re: Clock problem on my AmigaOne X5000
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@MamePPCA1

Those pictures hurt my eyes...i can't make out any details and it seems they are either completely shaken or "washed".

What device did you use to take them?

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Re: Introducing the Rear Window blog
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@trixie

Thanks a lot, Rave is cool on a quick first glance.
Easy to edit sound files...exactly what i was looking for

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Re: System crashes in loop
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@Georg

"Nothing can be done about it" in terms of our dev situation..."nothing is impossible", but as long as one person develops the driver, some things tend to drop down the priority list.

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Re: anyone recommend a good partiton mirror/sync program
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@328gts

I use Deniil's Backup (more or less) for this kind of thing.

You can automate it with a script to do the syncing/backing up whenever you need.
I wrote me a script that automatically backups everything all three months...working great so far.

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Re: Wayfarer Browser programmer interested in licencing to A-Eon for OS4.1
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@NinjaCyborg

Quote:

I paid him to open source his webkit patches.

omgosh, i completely missed that

I hope you didn't lose a leg for that?
Also a very big thanks from me...even if nothing comes out of it.

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Re: System crashes in loop
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@LiveForIt

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I don't have access to the bug tracker, tried a password recovery, but got no mail.

Hah, i hear you, i never ever received *any* email from the tracker (be it alerts, notifications, you name it). Their email setting is so broken (at least for mortal users)

There is not much information there anyway, just my crashlogs and serial debug output which shows pretty much the same as your post.
And Hans telling me he cannot fix it, albeit he tried.
Just too many variants of cards out there and the original driver (which he based his driver on) has dropped support for soft reboots a long time ago (or maybe it was never in)...

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Re: Clock problem on my AmigaOne X5000
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@MamePPCA1

How to easily set up SimpleTransfer on your Amiga

1) Start it
2) Click on second from left icon in the upper row (settings)
You should see your X5000s IP address on top (This device: xxx.xxx.xxx.xx)
remember it for the mobile app
3) Remote IP - set the IP from your mobile here
To get your mobile IP, install the app on your phone and repeat steps 1 and 2
4) Receive Path - set your downloads path here

In the main window on the bottom should you read:
Waiting for: xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

that is your destination.
It will only change to found after you did the same with your mobile app.

Once they connected, you can shove whatver stuff around you want

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