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WebCPC online again!
« on: 13:52, 21 March 10 »
I found the code to embed the WebCPC applet.
Should I try to reinstall it?
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Re: WebCPC online again!
« Reply #1 on: 14:30, 21 March 10 »
WebCPC is back!!!
[cpc=http://cpcwiki.eu/useruploads/content/DemoIzArt.dsk,dia,1]CPC6128[/cpc]

Edit:
Sad!!! the old forum attachments dont work anymore...
It seems they have been backupped in ASCII mode... But I told to backup all files as binary :(
« Last Edit: 14:33, 21 March 10 by Devilmarkus »
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Re: WebCPC online again!
« Reply #2 on: 16:54, 21 March 10 »
Ah darn... :( I wonder why - I mean, as files, they were pretty obvious (??) that they were binary ones...?

Anyhow, glad to see it back!!!

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Re: WebCPC online again!
« Reply #3 on: 16:55, 21 March 10 »
Btw, running the current demo (btw, I got no more slowdowns with it as I had reported in the past... weird!), I was wondering: would it be possible, when the filter is enabled, to up the brightness a bit somehow? It's pretty dark as it is...