Started by Emu, 23:45, 07 January 21
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Quote from: Emu on 16:32, 13 March 21@PaddyC13 : Here are some questions that I should have asked you two weeks ago: To which folder have you installed CPCemu? Is it %PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\CPCEMU-2.1?When starting CPCemu, are you asked for a language?What is the content of %APPDATA%\CPCemu after you started CPCemu? Is it empty?After you start CPCemu from CMD with "cpcemu > log.txt 2>&1" (the last part is important, there are no spaces between 2 and 1), what's in "log.txt"?
Quote from: Emu on 23:30, 18 March 21@PaddyC13 : There is now a test version available for download: https://cpc-emu.org/Release/2021-03-14/cpcemu_setup_checkpoints_v1-win32-x86-2.2.exe. Please install it as usual and start CPCemu. It should display checkpoints. Please report the maximum checkpoint reached. We will do the same thing for the subroutine following this checkpoint with sub-checkpoints.
Quote from: Emu on 23:30, 18 March 21@Livingstone : Please try to uninstall CPCemu before installing the new one (drag it into the trash can). Does this help? Up to which point does it work? Not at all? Are you asked for a language at least?
Quote from: Emu on 23:58, 18 March 21@CPCBEGIN : I just tested browsing on an Android 5.0 tablet - it works. Then, I looked into the Android documentation and found that there is a special privilege required for browsing starting from a certain Android version (apparently, 6 or 7). However, this special privilege should be used only if the core function of the app is file handling, which is not the case for CPCemu.As I am going to publish CPCemu in the play store, I won't be able to require this special privilege. My only option would be to require it only for the APK downloaded from my website, so I would have to build two different versions. The question is if the browsing feature is that important.I assume that both sharing and using a file explorer would be enough for most users. What is your opinion?
Quote from: Emu on 23:00, 19 March 21@PaddyC13 : Thank you for testing. Apparently, the issue is connected to the window creation. Are you sure you entered "2>&1" when creating the log file? Anyway, please find the next iteration here and report the result: https://cpc-emu.org/Release/2021-03-14/cpcemu_checkpoints_v2-win32-x86-2.2.zip
Quote from: Emu on 23:00, 19 March 21@Livingstone : I found the problem, but not the exact reason. It has to do with the CRT emulation (video mode=1) if you have a screen with less than about 1000 pixels in the vertical direction, but I don't understand why it happens at the very first start where "video mode" is 0 by default. So, I've added a check for the screen resolution. I hope this will work for you: https://cpc-emu.org/Release/2021-03-14/cpcemu-android-multicpu-2.2.1.apk
Quote from: Emu on 00:17, 21 March 21@SkulleateR : Meanwhile, I have created and uploaded the 64-bit ARM version for the Raspberry Pi: https://cpc-emu.org/download.html.
Quote from: Emu on 18:17, 20 March 21@PaddyC13 : I'm sorry. I forgot to mention that the zip archive contains cpcemu.exe only and that you have to copy this file to the installation folder (overwriting the previous cpcemu.exe).
Quote from: Emu on 17:34, 21 March 21@PaddyC13 : Thank you for the report. Probably, I found the reason. I requested hardware-accelerated graphics, assuming everybody has one, today. In the following version, I removed this condition but left in the remaining check points, please test: https://cpc-emu.org/Release/2021-03-14/cpcemu_checkpoints_v2-win32-x86-2.2.zip
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