xonox wrote:Quite a newbie here.
Haven't used Hatari before and haven't used an Atai ST more than a few hours in my life. Read a lot on them though.
Seems that when changing the screen type to monochrome in the options, the emulator crashes when i click reset as suggested. The workaround i found is to save the configuration at the default folder and default filename right after switching to monochrome. Them i shutdown and restart the emulator and now it works in monochrome.
I can provide the error report details if needed here. I'm a macbook pro with 10.6.8.
I hope to learn to use an ST properly.
darwinmac wrote:Special Mac specific keys to remember:
Command-M: keep mouse within Hatari window
F12 (or Fn-F12): Hatari built-in (non OS X-native) menu
Command-F: Fullscreen (Since the default ST resolutions were 320x200 (ST low), 640x200 (ST medium), and 640x400 (ST high) are so much smaller than today's monitors, I find it useful to put Hatari into fullscreen when playing a game.
darwinmac wrote:You are switching the screen type correctly. I rarely switch to monochrome since I do not have any mono games. However, when I switched the monitor type to mono using the Hatari OS X preference screen, it crashed on my system just like you said. I am running 10.8, but you have the same problem in 10.6.8.
Anyway, I did find another workaround. If you use Hatari's built-in menu (either F12 or fn-F12 depending on your Mac's keyboard), click Atari screen and set the monitor type to Mono. Click "Reset machine" from the main menu and click the Ok button.
Hatari will then reboot into monochrome without changing your default Hatari configuration file.
darwinmac wrote:Honestly, I'm not sure how the ST keys that are mapped to Scroll Lock, Page Up, Page Down, and Print Screen are mapped on the Mac. Since I only use Hatari to play games, I haven't needed those keys.
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