A mapping between host/RO filetypes would be nice - but there are some issues - for example there are multiple RISC OS filetypes for ASCII text depending on the EOL convention.
I also continue to notice the Escape key not working on rare occasions but so far no obvious rhyme or reason to it. On 19 February 2018 at 18:39, Peter Howkins <rpcemu.howk...@marutan.net> wrote: > On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 11:13:00PM +0100, andre timmermans wrote: > > > > Wish list: > > > > - Extension in the config file to specify rom name path for hosfs & > .hdf > > files. This would make it easier to switch to different OS versions > > (different ROMs, !Boot and compatible applications). > > Hi Andre, thanks for the testing, on this matter I have an idea for a more > comprehensive change to the way models are configured. But this will be > in several releases time as there is prep work to support it first. > > > - Possibility to access the other folders/discs of the host system > without > > risk of modifying the file extension of the files (i.e. using mimemap > like > > Win95FS or LanManFS). I make sense for documents to be readable on > both > > sides without having constantly add and remove the ",xxx" filtype to > the > > filename's extension. > > This I suspect will never happen, it's difficult enough to create a > filesystem that's RISC OS compliant without the extra headache of being > compatible with a variety of host OSes requirements too. This is mainly > due to my extremely poor experiences with the highly configurable hostfs > provided with red squirrel and various versions of Virtual Acorn where > they ended up not even being compatible with each other. > > > Issues: > > > > - ESC key not working > > I have noticed this too occasionally, but have not been able to reproduce > recently. When I did have it failing, it worked for a while then > failed later. As such if you have any advice on how to reproduce it, > please let me know. > > > - when switching back to windowed mode the mouse on the RISC OS side > > cannot reach the top (I think it only occurs if the RISC OS > resolution is > > not the same on exit of full-screen mode qs on entry), > > Oh well spotted, this is not a new bug, but caused by needing to implement > part of 'follows host mouse' even when not using that (fullscreen mode > does not use 'follows host mouse'. There will be a fix for this in the > next version. > > > - sound is easely interrupted by disk accesses. > > Annoyingly this is associated with the other fix of reducing the 'lag' in > the sound you mentioned. I need to do a proper fix by triggering the sound > interupts when data in consumed rather than just on a timer. However this > is not going to be fixed by the next release version. There is a > workaround (and you are allowed to be annoyed by me suggesting it) in that > if you run it on a faster processor the timers smooth out and you get > stutter free sound, it's not a great solution :) > > Peter > > -- > Peter Howkins > peter.howk...@marutan.net > > _______________________________________________ > Rpcemu mailing list > Rpcemu@riscos.info > http://www.riscos.info/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rpcemu >
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