PrintStar wrote:I get that error too, but it doesn't seem to affect anything.
It should not affect anythign either because its not even for MiNT at all and yet its XaAES that seems to cause it when Jinnee starts up... At least the window title says so.
PrintStar wrote:I have never liked or had any luck with XaAES. I don't know that I'd call XaAES "supported." They still develop it, maybe, but I couldn't find any help for my problem with it. Whatever works, that what you should use.
Agreed thats why I have gone back to Magic, but then Magic stopped working too.
Only earlier on I managed to get it back and even then, its really bad.
This can only point to a hardware issue that just happened at the same time as me messing about with tryign out MiNT.
For that I cannot fault Mint or Magic.
However, MiNT offers me nothing that I need or want that Magic cannot do and I feel Magic can do what I need it to better than MiNT can.
At this present time of course!
PrintStar wrote:Atari hardware and software is stagnant and slowly fading away...
I wish I could agree with you, but this is simply not true... Its certainly not stagnant no, but it is very much a hobbyists setup yes.
I myself use My Atari mostly with CuBase, and weirdly end thankfully enough, even though I had lost the ability to run pretty much anything, there has been one program that has been working 100% through it all and thats CuBase Audio??? - cannto for the life of me work out how or why, but it just has. MiNT and Magic both let me down, Even a basic test editor like QED works randomly, but Cubase works perfectly fine... In fact, get this, CuBase Audio for some strange reason even works fairly well under Magic???? - I can accept GENEVA but not gaic or mint???
I will work at it a bit more later... I got to finish a system and get it setup by 7:30 so I better get a move on!