Sure, Invers Software have it.Saturnin51 wrote:Someone has it ?
That can not work, because you need the VDI function from 180 to 182. And at the moment they only in NVDI.wongck wrote: Booted Mint 1.19+ XaAES with SpeedoGdos.... the Wdialog does not open up.
Yes, XaAES test the cookie.wongck wrote: May be it just test for NVDi cookie?
Is also not the best way, the negative Line-A variables.shoggoth wrote:simonsunnyboy wrote:Trickier in Plain TOS, since there is no neat way to read the cursor position.
Yes, is fix and can only changed in the sourcecode.Kroll wrote:Hi,
It follows that the number of icons on the desktop is limited and it can not be change ?
The last version 0.54, I have, don't support the printer dialog.lp wrote:I probably have ndialog installed, but if I recall correctly it didn't replace wdialog 100%.
Ups, thought you mean a english one.mikro wrote:I know, I mention it a few lines above.
The next trymikro wrote: The structure is close but not identical. So I've been wondering whether there isn't any well known cpx header/library by any chance.
It looks like that the cpx.h is from the german TOS Magazin 5/1992. At the end of the page you find the disk.mikro wrote: but I'm curious, has anybody ever seen the cpx.h header with definitions like that?
No, that is Derryck Croker.calimero wrote: You are original author of http://homepage.ntlworld.com/derryck123/html/misc.htm ?
Here is the new url: http://www.cheshuntcomputerclub.co.uk/html/misc.htmlcalimero wrote: this is WEB ARCHIVE link: http://web.archive.org/web/201306031251 ... l/misc.htm
but there is not ZIP files... lot of god software and documentation is lost if nobody have copy
Here is a C version form the program.Arne wrote:But I don't think that I do have that program to generate to "Sequencer-EPROM's" content. Think it was written in GFA.
Yes, I was to fast with the submit buton.peterlane wrote: I take it you mean work_in = 2 + Getrez (); ?
Maybe you use floating point. The ST version from AHCC don't support them. With PureC you can use it.peterlane wrote: I put the #if in as I have previously had problems compiling code with TOS 4 features on my STe.
This passage is from Rolf Kotzian the first author from the tos.hyp. I never see the sourcecode from MagiC or NVDI.TheNameOfTheGame wrote: gstoll here on the forums has looked at the NVDI sources (see this page at the bottom: http://toshyp.atari.org/en/010005.html).