So, what do you think about openMSX 0.3.x?

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By anonymous

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20-06-2003, 19:45

Sjoerd asked about REAL floppy support, something that openMSX doesn't do for Windows right now.

By snout

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20-06-2003, 19:50

hehe.. linux has /dev/fd0 .. us Windows users have to do without that one Wink

By SjaaQ

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16-09-2003, 18:32

It's GREAT. First time I every saw a working emulator that could emulate a harddisk, OPL4 sound just the state my MSX was in when I quit working with it. While I'm writing this i am running an emulated Turbo-R GT in the background playing a .mod file with the NMP.

Too bad the full screen performance is a bit dissapointing (Win32) but I assume this will improve in the future.

One thing I miss is a option to copy files directly to the harddisk file. Maybe there is another way besides copying files to a disk image, restarting the emulator and copying the files in MSXDOS to HD?

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oh and I can seem to find the YRW801.ROM. Does anybody know where to find it or do I need it to rip from my own moonsound cartridge?

By anonymous

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16-09-2003, 19:05

One thing I miss is a option to copy files directly to the harddisk file.This is on the todo-list.

By mars2000you

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16-09-2003, 20:11

oh and I can seem to find the YRW801.ROM. Does anybody know where to find it or do I need it to rip from my own moonsound cartridge?

Explore the NLMSX site (also a great emulator !)

By sjoerd

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13-11-2003, 23:38

OpenMSX is far to compilcated for me right now. I like plug and play Smile If you think linux is nice, great, but I am not going to do anything with it... the moment you get it running with a disk in A: and windows XP I'll take a look at it.OK, I still think it's a bit overcomplicated with these machines and all (I made a msx2 and a turbor machine, but why using xml? What a crap.) but it works Smile Moonsound emulation is nice, but the 4 operator FM voices are nowhere near to the real thing yet.
Anyway openmsx is the first choice msx emulator on my pc now. A debugger (like the one in no$msx) would be nice, though.

By anonymous

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14-11-2003, 00:12

complicatedness and debugger will (and partially are) taken care of by the openMSX Catapult.
XML is not crap, it's the future Tongue It's being/gonna be used everywhere!

By boaglio

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26-11-2003, 03:26

I like XML because it works.

openMSX is a powerful emulator running in my linux box
Smile

Thank you guys for make it happen!

I will be glad to be a beta-tester. Wink

By Manuel

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12-12-2003, 16:53


Thank you guys for make it happen!

I will be glad to be a beta-tester. Wink

You're very welcome, on behalf of all developers. If you really want to help beta testing: talk to us on #openMSX IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, or mail to openmsx-devel@lists.sourceforge.net. Thanks!

By Manuel

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25-01-2004, 01:24

SO, what do you guys think about openMSX 0.3.4?

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