Started by Duke, 09:36, 07 May 16
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Quote from: Takis Kalatzis on 10:25, 27 September 16Is there any way of displaying the current directory? If I remember correctly, neither cat or IDIR commands show this information. I think an IPWD command would be really useful.Also, is it possible to copy a file (using ICOPYF command) from inside a .dsk file to the root directory of the SD? I did not have any luck with it, getting a "Not supported" message, so the workaround was to load the file (it was just basic), get to the root directory and save it.
Quote from: Duke on 18:02, 27 September 16Looks great ! And glad to hear multiple connections is working too Good work @Prodatron and @Edoz(MSX)
Quote from: Jungsi on 19:51, 27 September 16Question:I'am a little bit confused with all the information in this thread how to use the M4 together with X-MEM.Is there a short description or can someone explain it to me step by step - which ROM belongs to which slot? :-)I'am using a CPC6128 (german)
Quote from: Takis Kalatzis on 09:06, 01 October 16After the M4 introduction of directories and .dsk files, I decided I needed a disk navigation program to avoid all the typing for changing directories. I didn't want to start from scratch, so I modified a very nice little program (Disk menu by Joe Halstead) in order to support directory navigation.I am posting the .BAS code and the converted ASCII file (.TXT) in the hope that other members of the community will find it useful.Some instructions for use :- save it in the root folder of the SD card, use cursor keys for navigation- Space Bar gets inside directories or selects a file for Load,Run. Cancel lets you select another file- "O" key gets out of a directory- Since the original program used CAT command and this has not been modified, it probably will not work well with cards having hundreds of files.
Quote from: anyf33 on 23:25, 01 October 16Very good i use it renamed as autoexec.bas , so it is starting when i open my cpc!one only question how can i exit?The only trick i found is to load a .s file that gives me "line too long" to exit!thank you for the .bas file
Quote from: Takis Kalatzis on 23:43, 01 October 16Have you tried pressing ESC key twice? It is a general exiting mechanism from basic programs.
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