Started by ikonsgr, 09:17, 01 December 20
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Quote from: Velociraptor on 06:17, 19 December 21Does this mean I should simply reset the CPC with the button on the USIFAC2 when done? Does this also mean that I could go back to the PC and change the image file if I wanted to write a series of discs and I could just change the disc on the CPC and press space after I had set the next one up?
Quote from: Velociraptor on 06:17, 19 December 21Secondly how did you fix that disc image because it looks like I'm going to have to fix some myself!
Quote from: Velociraptor on 06:17, 19 December 21For some reason port 1000 would not work, but when I changed to 1111 it connected with no difficulty.
Quote from: ikonsgr on 21:50, 20 December 21Indeed,it seems that there is a problem when using the file functions with WiFi module (Dsk image transfer and direct load/save should work ok though). I'll see to it, but for now, you can use a bluetooth module or direct serial cable, as file functions work ok with all functions.
out &fbd1,30: if inp(&fbd0)=83 then print "ok"
Quote from: ikonsgr on 21:07, 10 January 22If you have a PIC programmer, try to reflash firmware.
Quote from: ikonsgr on 21:07, 10 January 22If you have a PIC programmer, try to reflash firmware. Otherwise, i can send you a programmed PIC mcu.
Quote from: shacpc on 00:03, 12 January 22It's a shame that you have to assign $ variables to each folder or DSK that you intend to open and there is no more agile method, but I am very happy with how it works.
Quote from: eto on 21:42, 10 January 22The filemanager has some issues with programs that have no extension and stops with an error in line 1. If not I often get a Syntax error or "File already open". A simple patch which creates a valid BASIC line will change that. Just add an ending ", a 0-byte and make sure the length of the line in &170 is set correctly.Even with this patch, the "File already open" error can still happen. E.g. Who dares wins fails after it loads another Basic file. Can this somehow be fixed?
Quote from: eto on 00:08, 12 January 22that's a stupid problem of Basic 1.0. But you can copy the filemanager to the root of the USB stick (see first post of this thread) and navigate the USB stick more easily and execute files or mount disk images.
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