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QuoteHow can I stop the music? I tried to stop calling PLY_LW_Play from my int handler, but that leaves the PSG in a state that may left noise behind. I haven't found this functionality in the code.
Quote from: Targhan on 23:39, 11 February 18@reidracAh, the profile thing is interesting. Something I have overlooked is that the binary generation can fail if you use mnemonics that are not understood by the embedded Rasm. One may think I should force a "base" z80 profile internally! But it is not so simple: potentially the user can use any profile he wants (for 68000 or 6802 processor). But the failing assembling has been managed, it should show a message, and shouldn't crash. Please give me the fields of your profile, I'll check that.
Quote from: Targhan on 23:40, 11 February 18@reidrac This has been added in my players, and will be available in the next release. If you're in a hurry I can give you the snippet.
Quote from: Targhan on 23:39, 11 February 18@mahlemiutNow I understand your previous-previous message, please don't be so cryptic . So no File Picker is shown, unless you install kdialog, is that right? Can you give me your OS configuration? Thanks.
Quote from: Targhan on 10:36, 12 February 18@mahlemiut But now, with kdialog installed, does it work fine (showing the native file picker?)?
Quote from: Targhan on 09:07, 13 February 18Good summary, yes.
Quote from: Targhan on 10:07, 13 February 18The guys from JUCE told me that I could embed KDialog to AT2. However, I'm a bit afraid to do that. I think it is better if I:- Correct the color scheme of the JUCE file picker.- Tell in the "troubleshooting" section of the AT2 website about Zenity or KDialog if the users want the native dialog (or if like @mahlemiut , the file picker freezes).What do you think? I'm really not fond of including dependencies like that, I'm pretty sure this will bring more problems that it will solve.
Quote from: Targhan on 14:22, 11 May 18A new version (a3) has just been released!A lot was done in this released, including:- Adapted all the players to MSX, Spectrum.- Added a MOD player (CPC-only, limited effects).- Created a specific Lightweight player for the SHARP MZ 700, as well as the sound effect player.- Added a AKY player that uses the 6-channel of the TurboSound extension for Spectrum.- Added a AKY player that uses the 9-channel of the Spectrum Next.- RAW and AKG export (via UI and command line) now integrate sample export.- Added new parameters in all the command line tools to set the source profiles (change mnemonics, etc.).- In the PSGs, the mixing type can be set (ABC, ACB, BCA etc.).- In the Output Panel of the Setup, and the WAV Exporter, the volume of each channel (left/center/right) can be defined.- In the Source Profiles, added the possibility to encode "one mnemonic type per line" (especially useful for 68000 assemblers). Also available for all the command line tools.- Added a basic DC offset removal on WAV export.Plus a lot of smaller additions and bug fixes. Download it here!
Quote from: Targhan on 10:07, 12 May 18Unless I'm wrong, a few lines were changed to correct an access to the PSG. A trick is used (courtesy of Madram) to accelerate the access to the PSG, and the ordering of the OUT was slightly wrong. It works but on a real CPC, the cassette relay was turned on whenever the music started. Check your production on a real CPC, if you don't hear a "click" from the cassette relay, then you already have the right version! But it's very easy to correct, don't worry.
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