Started by SOS, 07:53, 08 September 16
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Quote from: TotO on 10:25, 08 September 16Is-it just possible that YANCC not set (or allow to change) the colour palette to keep the "white on blue" CP/M style adopted by the FW3.1x?
Quote from: SOS on 10:33, 08 September 16I don't know at the moment, how will i release that, another 2 Versions?
Quote from: Duke on 11:23, 08 September 16Have a config file maybe ?
Quote from: TotO on 11:41, 08 September 16So, don't set any colour into your ROM and let the user chose what is good for him (default or x-mass booting file)
Quote from: TotO on 11:59, 08 September 16Amber was more dark red and orange than black and yellow.
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:58, 08 September 16I just wish -apart from the colourse- that more space was available for the actual listings...
Quote from: SOS on 09:58, 20 September 16The next version will be have a basic-config, to supress the colour-setand bugfix of the "a"-Key (thanks to Audronic).(i need more time to test the version, i changed a little bit too much in the last days.... )
Quote from: zhulien on 15:19, 21 January 17it will be a sweet day when acmedos, amsdos, hcx sd card readers, x-mass, m4, x-mem, y-mem and all others work together as one... along with YANC
Quote from: RockRiver on 12:32, 27 January 17My sweet dream: YANCC with FAT12 floppy disk support and BFS16 format (bonnydos) HDD support.
Quote from: RockRiver on 13:41, 27 January 17My critical question: * Nowadays M4 (or X-mass) works as a real FAT16/32 HDD on AMSDOS/acmeDOS/SymbOS ?
Quote from: RockRiver on 13:41, 27 January 17 * PC-->CPC with (SD card, DOM, CF, IDE, HDD...) transfer only allowed with M4 or not yet?
Quote from: RockRiver on 13:41, 27 January 17And I will test FAT12 flopies with that BonnyDOS extra ROM and YANCC, maybe works???
Quote from: SOS on 14:03, 27 January 17At the Moment, only the Transfer with the M4-Card is reproduceable.(and maybe when you use SymbOS with an IDE-Device, but i doesnt use SymbOS)
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