Sorgelig wrote:This is not a MiST port, but more advanced BeebFpga from David Banks.
Sorgelig wrote:tell me more about built-in Win10 tool.
Sorgelig wrote:I will check the joystick. In which game you see inverted directions?
NML32 wrote:Sorgelig wrote:I will check the joystick. In which game you see inverted directions?
Try Moon Buggy
Also, I'm unable to define my iBuffalo classic USB Gamepad in the BBC Micro OSD.
Bernd wrote:Hi all,
in the Beeb file is an enhanced version of Elite which requires a coprocessor. But when I enable the copro in MISTer, the Beep Menu does not show up anymore.
Did anyone managed to start this Version of Elite?
I just tried and you are correct the menu won't start. I get a message "Tube On!" when I try to start the menu or have it auto load if the Co-Processor is enabled.
LardoBoffin wrote:Regular and tube enhanced Elite both pushed the beeb quite hard and used split screen modes - the top half of the screen was a higher resolution mode with two colours (more on the enhanced version) and the bottom half lower resolution with more colours. Revolutionary for the time!
This makes it more difficult for emulators to run it correctly.
The menu program won’t run with tube switched on so you will have to manually find and run tube elite via the directory structure.
Basically any program that directly accesses screen ram (the vast majority do this, especially arcade games) doesn’t work with the tube running - this is because the code when run on the co processor is actually accessing memory there not on the beeb itself. Any other naughty direct hardware access will also tend to fail.
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