ericgus wrote:Anyone have a problem with the c64 core, after say loading a PRG or D64 .. then doing a CTL-ALT-ALT to reset the core (or using the reset button), the keyboard stops working correctly just resulting in gibberish
ericgus wrote:Looks like Paradroyd figure out the issue somewhat.. seems the modifier keys get "stuck" and the core thinks the key is being held down (when its not)
seems if you try tapping either (or) both alternatively the left CTL or the left ALT a few times it will eventually restore the functionality when it gets messed up after restarting the core.. He mentioned other cores sometimes are afflicted with this issue as well (FXcast atari st core being one he mentioned).. hopefully he will post a reply and explain his findings in detail but it seems to be a bug with the keyboard handler ..
Sorgelig wrote:Btw, before i fix, the following way make the reset without sticky keys: press LALT+LCTRL and while holding them quickly press the RALT and release. Then release LALT and LCTRL.
I always reset this way - that's why i never encountered sticky keys. If i release LALT+LCTRL first and the release RALT then i get sticky CTRL.
I have no idea yet which part of system or core causes this problem.
djsquare wrote:I can't wait to try and load some slow .TAP files tonight! Thank you for this update Sorgelig!
NegSol wrote:Just to check if I am the only one - C64_20190415.rbf is not giving HDMI out.
C64_20190413.rbf works just fine. Anybody else having trouble with the latest release?
NegSol wrote:C64_20190415.rbf works now. I had an FS problem with the SD-Card. Maybe this resulted from using an update script and ftp in parallel. So pro tip: make sure the FS on the SD-Card is consistent and be careful not to write ftp while using script.
slingshot wrote:Sorgelig wrote:slingshot wrote:Maybe the "Timer B bug"?
it seems new flag_n behaviour.
It can be reverted, I only tested the change with tape loading.
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