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Ronald P. Regensburg wrote:Certainly interested in testing. Not sure yet about the presets.
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Ronald P. Regensburg wrote:Remaining issues:
1. The app crashed on several prefs files I threw at it.
I think that the way it reads the prefs file is fundamentally wrong. Like the old GUI and like BasiliskII itself, it should read the existing settings regardless whether those settings are complete or in which order they are listed. People may have a prefs file that is written by a different application or that is configured manually.
When saving the settings, it can then write te settings back in its own order.
2. If the prefs file contains paths to disk image files that do not exist in that location, that path does not appear in the volumes list and subsequent saving removes the path from the prefs file. The indication "Not found" is useful, but the app should show the path as it is and not remove it without user intervention.
3. A saved path to the Unix Root (extfs) is not read by the app and subsequent saving removes the path from the prefs file.
4. Does not read back all values for refresh rate (frameskip) correctly
5. I can only change RAM sizes choosing from the menu, not when I enter a value manually.
6. A sensible default prefs file could be:
7. extfs Put an OS X path here to share it with Basilisk
rom Put the path to your ROM file here
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Fri Oct 18, 2019 8:50 am
This looks very impressive. Two issues:
emendelson wrote:1. It doesn't seem to let me add .sparsebundle disk images.
2. When I copied my existing .basilisk_ii_prefs to .basilisk_ii_prefs_test, the new GUI crashed on startup. Maybe that is because my prefs use a .sparsebundle as a disk image? If you want to experiment, here's a copy of the prefs file (without the "." in the filename):
emendelson wrote:Thank you for your work on this!