MordecaiWalfish wrote:The new core seems to have some kind of negative interaction with the current TGFX16 core (2-18-19). When loading the SNES test core into a game it plays just fine, but then if you cold-reboot and try loading the TGFX16 core there is only audio-- no video. This happens with both vsync_Adjust 1 and vsync_adjust 2, but does not effect vsync_adjust 0. You have to physically unplug the DE-10 nano and then plug it back in to get video to show for the TGFX16 core at this point.
warham wrote:In general soft reset doesn't really seem to reset everything. Typically my gamepads stop functioning with soft reset. Is reset even part of the individual core function at all?
Sorgelig wrote:There is no relation between cores.
The issue may happen if quickly switch between cores.
Generally speakeing, I'm tired to explain this again and again..
Sorgelig wrote:Menu is also core. So you cold reboot and quickly start SNES/TGFX? this is also counted as quick core switch.
Menu core also clears the SDRAM/DDR (give it to work 3-5 seconds at least) so it's a good workaround for cores relay on memory without cleaning.
JamesF wrote:PsyFX wrote:Shadow Dancer - The Secret Of Shinobi
That's a Sega Genesis exclusive,, no such game on the Snes.
Dirtbag wrote:With wiimote and Zapper support in the NES core being so amazing, are there any plans for Superscope support on the SNES core? I'm sure a wiimote could fit inside an actual super scope.
Grego2d wrote:Thank you, insanely quick response. You, srg320 and the rest of the mister team are doing an amazing job, keep up the great work.
I'm thinking about porting my SNES network adapter to mister, gotta spend some more time learning a HDL.
Here's some footage from a few months back:
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