Thanks for the file. I was able to reproduce the issue and have a fix lined up for inclusion in the next release.
Sorry, I don't understand what the problem is here. Can you provide details on how to reproduce it?Spezzi63 wrote: ↑Sun May 07, 2023 6:07 pmHello,
A quick question, about my small problem:
My tests with Eightyone have shown that only after using the
Eightyone version e.g. "V0.43b" or "V0.52" even in the latest "Version 1.37",
the 8-bit Volume are recognized (connected to USB) .
About <drives-HD0> can not be selected or reselected in version 1.37 ?
Can anyone else confirm this behavior of Eightyone ?
If it were so, it could have been from version 0.52 at Eightyone,
that the possibility of the permanent selection of the connected 8-bit Volume, was simply forgotten?
I hope I can explain it "simply"
With "v1.37", a connected USB device (Simple 8-bit Data storage) will not be activated via the selection.
But this procedure works with "V0.43b" or "V0.52".
Thank you, for allowing a review to take place in such a short time.
I think Eightyone is the unique emulator that supports this feature.
I found a change from v0.52 to v1.0 which I think was the cause, and it now seems to work. I have not exhausted tested the drive functionality (I am not that familiar with it), but it now allows selection of the drive as v0.52 used to. Version 1.38 has just been released. Please download it and give it a try.
I just was going to delete my post ....
I have tried older versions and the problem persist. And I'm sure that with those older versions there was no problem, so it seems is a problem with my system, not from Eigthyone.