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  Some problems
Posted by: ClarkKent - 06-05-2012 09:11 PM - No Replies

First I have to say that I like the goal of micro64! Great thing! Smile

I have some troubles. First of all there is no manual, even no small info file with the keyboard commands. It took me quite a while to find F9 opening a menu...

Then I can not switch to full screen - I only get a black screen and I can not go back. Where can I specify the full screen resolution? As I can switch to any arcade resolution this would be a very very nice feature. In CCS64 I use 352 x 288 with 50 Hz.

It would also be nice to have a .ini file instead of a registry entry. An .ini file can easily be copied or changed, and if it is damaged it can easily be replaced.

Thanx for listening and I'm looking forward to the next version of micro64! Smile

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  Documentation / user manual?
Posted by: Mclane - 06-04-2012 12:22 PM - Replies (5)

Hi there, loving the emulator but a description of what many of the options do is really needed in my opinion.

Some are obvious but many are not with the only real choice if you mess to many up is to delete the settings in User.

Other than that I'm loving the emulator, I'm presuming its in the highest compatibility mode / slowest mode but not sure how to tell?

Don't worry, its running nicely, just not sure the way to tell waht mode its in Smile

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