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i hope Amstrad Plus support is not on a dead-end  :-X
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i hope Amstrad Plus support is not on a dead-end  :-X


I tried the Alpha versiĆ³n of patreon, and cpc plus works fine.
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I do like this emulator, but there are a couple of things I don't like....


Sprites seem very flickery, and I've not found any settings that reduce this. Particularly playing Brick Rick - this doesn't happen on other emulators or (that I can see) on a real CPC. I've been trying to use it for screenshots and it makes it impossible as sprites are either half-drawn or not there.


The other thing is, the lag when using the gamepad on my Mac is obscene, but this may be down to my set-up rather the the emulator itself....
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Hi I am the author of rvm, sorry to hear of the problems you are having and it has me intrigued as this is the first time I have heard of any flicker problems.


You can send me an email (to the address on my website) with more information such as operating system, machine on which you run it etc...


A small video would also help.


Regards.

I do like this emulator, but there are a couple of things I don't like....


Sprites seem very flickery, and I've not found any settings that reduce this. Particularly playing Brick Rick - this doesn't happen on other emulators or (that I can see) on a real CPC. I've been trying to use it for screenshots and it makes it impossible as sprites are either half-drawn or not there.


The other thing is, the lag when using the gamepad on my Mac is obscene, but this may be down to my set-up rather the the emulator itself....
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I'm using RVM on my old MacBook Pro from 2012 and I never had any sprite flickering or any lag using my PS4 Pad on the MacBook ... Just for info  8)
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I do like this emulator, but there are a couple of things I don't like....


Sprites seem very flickery, and I've not found any settings that reduce this. Particularly playing Brick Rick - this doesn't happen on other emulators or (that I can see) on a real CPC. I've been trying to use it for screenshots and it makes it impossible as sprites are either half-drawn or not there.


The other thing is, the lag when using the gamepad on my Mac is obscene, but this may be down to my set-up rather the the emulator itself....


I'm not sure, but the problem you mentioned about half-drawn sprites may be due to the type of screen selected. RVM tries to emulate CRT monitors and adds effects of that type. If you select LCD monitor, you may not have that problem. In any case jcgamestoy can explain you better.
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