If you have any questions about ColEm, please, do not hesitate to ask. I will try to answer them in this thread.
No questions, just some comments, sir.
When I first really became engrossed in emulation in the mid 90's, ColemDOS was one of the first emulators I tried, and was simply blown away. The quality and accuracy, even way back then, was super impressive. I want to thank you for well over 20 years of support of the ColecoVision platform in digitally preserving it.
Equally impressive, if not more so (for those that do not know), this same developer is really the foundation of NES emulation. The NES ROM format is his creation - his baby. In conjunction with his iNES emulator, that file format and mapper system was started then. Back in '96 there was only one other NES emulator, a Japanese one called, Pasofami, and was pretty difficult to use; iNES changed that - forever. It is still so very cool and mind blowing all that has been accomplish since then, but hard to express how it pales in comparison to the time when all this was just new and ground-breaking developments.
Marat, to me, you are to console emulation in the same vein that individuals like Dave Spicer and Nicola Salmoria are to Arcade emulation. You're a legend to the community, and your work and efforts are truly appreciated. This includes the work you have done, are doing, and continue to do. Thanks again and hats off to you.