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Re: D-Fend Reloaded (DOSBox frontend)

[*] On-demand games (yes, you will be able to browse, download and auto-install abandonware games directly within the application!) Better to leave this point out. On pg. 112, I was just joking about the new name, but nice to see this idea has been taken. Best thing on it is to implement features …

Re: Various .conf files in the MAC App

When using Terminal application: open DOSBox with right-click, choose "Show package content", go to "Contents/MacOS/", drag the including file "DOSBox" into the Terminal application, enter "-conf ", drag the configuration file into the Terminal application to get its path, press enter to execute the …

Re: Video Recording in macOS

The Captures folder is set in the [dosbox] section of the configurations file. "# captures: Directory where things like wave, midi, screenshot get captured." This can be set to another folder of your choice. The DOSBox Wiki at https://www.dosbox.com/wiki/SnapsFolder says "In Mac systems, the default …

Re: Dosbox for macbook

Probably doing what all the Windows users do to mess their productive system: "Open .exe with DOSBox.exe" You must run DOSBox, mount the folder containing cm*.exe, then run the application.

Re: Apple's conversion to 64 Bit

Now how do I set it up to be exactly like 0.74-1? I see the downloaded file .dmg in Finder and when I click on it it opens in the default display size, speed etc and places an icon on my dock. ... I assume I can move all my old DOSBox files to the new location of DOSBox 0.74-2 and it should work. …

Re: D-Fend Reloaded (DOSBox frontend)

kolderman wrote: Is it worth keeping Delphi project alive? Will it be supported on modern Windows going forward? Maybe rewriting in PyQt would be better, but I don't have that much time. Nö. Probably, starting from scratch would be the better option then. D-Fend, D-Fend Reloaded, D-Fend Renewed?

Re: imgmount

imgmount D "C:\RedneckRampageFamilyReunion01.cue" -t iso -fs iso Disk images does not need to be in mounted drives. This command implies the .cue & .bin files are located in your host C: directory. Please try again, with replacing the "C:/...01.cue" part with the real path seen on your computer, …

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