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Started by Arnaud, 08:14, 16 March 19
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Quote from: GUNHED on 19:30, 17 March 19Where are the particular strength of this emulator?
Quote from: XeNoMoRPH on 07:27, 18 March 19According to its author, It is made in C instead of assembler, it is much more correct internally than the previous CPCE, everything is done by keyboard, there are no menus
Quote from: GUNHED on 20:35, 18 March 19Nice!
Quote from: Arnaud on 08:14, 16 March 19Hello,i have just discovered this new emulator (release 14/03/2019), maybe the substitute of CPCE95 i still use.Congratz to CNCSoft http://cngsoft.no-ip.org/cpcec.htm
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:08, 25 June 19Anyone's got a direct link? Company firewall is blocking dynamic dns servers...
Quote from: Arnaud on 19:30, 07 May 19Hello, i just tried your latest version, but i haven't found how disable the console window.Is a way to hide the console or you still need it for debugging ?
Quote from: cngsoft on 11:41, 10 August 19Small update:20190809 -- minor patch restoring the "silent" discarding (i.e. without error codes) of write operations in read-only discs and allowing the automatic booting of IBM-formatted discs.While it isn't a very faithful approach to the disc write protection, this should let several copy-protected games run straight from ZIP archives instead of complaining that the disc is read-only. Besides, AFAIK the opposite case never happens: no protection fails when the disc is NOT write-protected.Ideally, this screen won't happen from now on.
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