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[News] WinUAE 0.8.22 R6 on the road homeANN.lu
Posted on 03-Apr-2003 09:50 GMT by Raffaele14 comments
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Release 6 of Win UAE Amiga emulator for Windows will be released first half of this month. WinUAE Home Expected release date: first half of April

Bugs fixed:

- increased compatibility/display corruption fixes Future CAPS releases, TerrorPods, Eliminator, Double Dragon 2, Wild Streets, Liverpool, Banshee AGA, Alien Breed 3D, Skeleton Krew...
- audio emulation fixes (noise and random popping)
- input configuration saves autofire settings properly
- crash when creating new CD32 NVRAM-file
- compressed disk images can be write-enabled
- more compatible with newer CDTV extended ROMs (still no CDROM controller emulation)
- disk emulation fixes (writing freeze, drive type, disk eject/insert,
more compatible disk change detection, writing to multiple drives simultaneously)
- stuck middle button when "Middle Mouse-Button -> ALT-TAB" was enabled
- don't crash if zlib.dll is missing
- lost mouse input events when using high refresh rate mouse

New features:

- compressed state files
- rewritten and more compatible serial port emulation
- more compatible blitter speed in non cycle-exact mode (Spindizzy Worlds, PP Hammer..)
- turbo-floppy speed enables fast writing
- disable screensaver when WinUAE is active
- improved configurable CPU idle-function
- screenshots saved to ScreenShots-directory
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