tutorials on emulators using?

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Por Manuel

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21-05-2004, 09:42

Sonic, D-Tail: for most things using the emulator without any GUI is not really difficult. E.g. you can drag and drop a .dsk file on the openMSX executable. Also we have very good manuals online, which explain every day use. It's really not very difficult. If you have problems, you can also contact us via the means that I have mentioned here very often and which are also in the manual.
I think it would run very reasonably on a P3 600Mhz, but don't try the hq2x scaler... (There are performance tips in the manual as well...)
Anyway, I expect that we release in about a week. Be patient Smile

Por DarQ

Paragon (1038)

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21-05-2004, 12:35

hi there, people... need a ladies tutorial for...

a ladies tutorial?? thats quite sexistic Smile do you think a male tutorial won't help or something?! Wink

Por Sonic_aka_T

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21-05-2004, 15:03

Sonic, D-Tail: for most things using the emulator without any GUI is not really difficult. E.g. you can drag and drop a .dsk file on the openMSX executable. Also we have very good manuals online, which explain every day use. It's really not very difficult.
I know it's not difficult... Like I said, I'm just too lazy. I'm used to NLMSX which is pretty easy to control. I just hit F6 and select a disk-image of my choise. If I press CTRL and ALT the mouse capture function is turned on, press it again and it's off, apart from that I can change pretty much anything in the emu with a few mouse-clicks. It's just easier (as in requieres less effort) that's all...

There's nothing wrong with the emulation part of openMSX. Well, apart from the fact that I can't emulate a Turbo-R on my PIII 866. I just hope that maybe in a future release you could add a nice windoze gui. Well, just my lazy opinion... Smile

Por Sonic_aka_T

Enlighted (4130)

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21-05-2004, 15:19

hi there, people... need a ladies tutorial for "how to use fMSX in winXP", also another one about "blueMSX", just an step by step list of what to do, ok?
Allright... Here's your tutorial... Since I haven't been using blueMSX very long I'll just focus on NLMSX. This process may be similar for emulators like RuMSX and blueMSX. RuMSX was kick ass but hasen't been worked on for ages, so is very outdated by now. Like I said, the easiest emulators to use are NLMSX and blueMSX. Don't expect to run openMSX unless you have a solid backgrounnd in quantumphysics Tongue It is the only(?) emulator that emulates harddisks though... But anyways, NLMSX...

1) Download NLMSX.
2) Install NLMSX.
3) Start NLMSX.
4) Click Help on the menu bar.
4) Click Help in the help menu.
5) In the new window, click on usage.
6) Click on the new topic below usage.

Read that text, all underlined words link to a part that explains the word in further detail. You can select additional topics on the left-hand side of the help window. Almost *everything* is explained here. Anything from changing disks to setting up your own MSX computer. If you read this text just once you should be running NLMSX in less than 30 mintues. Be sure to use the 'latest' version of NLMSX, which is version 0.48. Just search in Yahoo for the words 'NLMSX' and it'll guide you to the website.

If you're having trouble installing, just let us know here. There's always someone here willing to help, if they can. If after reading the manual you still have some questions I'd be glad to answer them. blueMSX is a similar emulator which also comes with very good help files. Everything is explained into detail with pictures and all. blueMSX seems to be a little more CPU intensive though, and does not emulate the MSX Turbo-R yet. Well, good luck...

Por DarQ

Paragon (1038)

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21-05-2004, 16:53

I just hope that maybe in a future release you could add a nice windoze gui. Well, just my lazy opinion... Smile

please no gui.... or keep it 100% seperated

Por [D-Tail]

Ascended (8259)

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21-05-2004, 17:03

Be sure to use the 'latest' version of NLMSX, which is version 0.48. Just search in Yahoo for the words 'NLMSX' and it'll guide you to the website.

/me bashes on my keyboard...

:) Click me! :)

:) Don't forget: sometime, NLMSX will save the universe! :)

Por Sonic_aka_T

Enlighted (4130)

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21-05-2004, 17:15

Smile Don't forget: sometime, NLMSX will save the universe! Smile
Hey! That's my line!

Por Manuel

Ascended (18784)

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21-05-2004, 17:58

There's nothing wrong with the emulation part of openMSX. Well, apart from the fact that I can't emulate a Turbo-R on my PIII 866. I just hope that maybe in a future release you could add a nice windoze gui. Well, just my lazy opinion... Smile

Next release will have an optional GUI Smile

Por IC

Hero (557)

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21-05-2004, 18:44

Next release will have an optional GUI Smile

Wasn't 'catapult' the optional gui for openMSX?

Por Manuel

Ascended (18784)

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21-05-2004, 18:57

The old Catapult was more a launcher. Next release will have a totally rewritten Catapult, the same for all supported systems, which is a real GUI! (It won't be able to do *everything* you can with the command line, but still...! Lots!)

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