many improvements were made to midi timings in the current devel version, and they will be in Hatari 1.9.
When using Hatari 1.8, there's nothing you can do, it's not some settings problem, it's the emulation that was not accurate enough.
Hatari 1.9 should be released soon, but in the meantime, you can get the latest sources from our sources repo http://hg.tuxfamily.org/mercurialroot/hatari/hatari/summary and build your own version if you like.
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siriushardware wrote:I spent the evening 'bashing' Cubase 2 running under Hatari 1.9.0 / WinUAE core and so far I have no problems, or at least not directly related to Cubase 2 or Hatari.
The mouse and keyboard occasionally do strange things (for example, in non fullscreen mode the mouse pointer may refuse to travel all the way up/ down /left / right to one particular edge - the only way to get it to do so is to take it all the way to the opposite side of the screen and then back again).
Also, entry boxes (such as track name boxes) sometimes pop up without being invoked and fill with a row, all of the same letters or characters. I suspect these issues are SDL related rather than Hatari related. (The mouse boundary slippage issue is widely reported in SDL related threads in various forums).
Unless I can find a way to reliably reproduce these problems - which I can't at the moment - I won't ask you to look any further into them.
Thanks also for tweaking the old Core, I will try it and see if it performs any differently. Obviously (at the moment) the old core working with Cubase would be the better option for now as you don't yet recommend the new core for usage with games / demos.
npomarede wrote:if you want, you can lock the mouse into the Hatari window, just press "right alt" + "l" at the same time (see the doc for the list of shortcuts)
npomarede wrote:It's now safe to use the new core for games/demos and everything else in fact ; old core might get some fixes, but it's better to stick with the new core now. Nicolas
siriushardware wrote:npomarede wrote:It's now safe to use the new core for games/demos and everything else in fact ; old core might get some fixes, but it's better to stick with the new core now. Nicolas
For those who will stick to the last stable release V1.9.0, is that still true?
I'm guessing you mean that the new core as it now stands in the beta is to be preferred over the old core now, but for anyone staying with the last stable release (V1.9.0) for the time being, which is the better core for them to use for now?
(I myself will now try to download, compile and run the beta, since you feel that the WinUAE core is now the better core).
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