mxmxmx wrote:probably a dumb question, but how can I change to another drive in the file selector in Hatari 1.8 for Windows? I can go all the way up to the root directory of the current drive with the "/" or ".." buttons, but I can't find a way to switch say from "C:" to "D:".
mxmxmx wrote:Oh, it seems my question was unclear. I wasn't talking about the TOS file selector. Of course I know how to use that.
Its Hatari's own file selector -- the one that is used for example to select a floppy image from the F12 on-screen-menu -- that doesn't allow me changing Windows drive letters.
So how do I change drive letters here? (No, it is not possible to manually edit the path "C:\Temp\...".)
Have you tried creating a shortcut to your other drive? Would the file selector obey the shortcut and display the files?
spiny wrote:Use the command mklink in an elevated command prompt (i.e. run the ciommand prompt as administrator)
use /D for directory
czietz wrote:spiny wrote:Use the command mklink in an elevated command prompt (i.e. run the ciommand prompt as administrator)
use /D for directory
I was thinking of directory junctions (command switch "/J") because these don't require administrative privileges to create.
Eero Tamminen wrote:Why not just register Hatari as handler for *.st files, or *.ST.gz files (latter to use less space and differentiate them from potential other files that might use *.st extension)? Then Hatari would be automatically started when you click on a *.st(.gz) file on your desktop.
Eero Tamminen wrote:At least on Linux, it's possible to register Hatari as handler for Atari programs, not just disk images. Hatari even includes a script for that: https://git.tuxfamily.org/hatari/hatari ... egister.sh
Does Windows have any kind of facility to register handlers for binary files (files that begin with specific content / bytes)?
If not, one could register Hatari as handler e.g. for files with *.tos file name extension.
spiny wrote:but how does Hatari handle that?
presumably nothing useful would happen for non executable atari files like *.PI1 *.S etc ?
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