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JFD62780

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About JFD62780

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  • Birthday 06/27/1980

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    Born 8 years TO THE DAY after Atari was founded!
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    Male
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    Tampa, FL, USA
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    Retrogaming, Emulation, etc.

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  1. I tried real media the instant I got the emulator. It's the only thing that doesn't work. I can only suggest getting a GitHub account and suggesting the feature...
  2. . . . I don't know what to tell you then, other than visiting the page at a suggested interval of once a week. Otherwise the app could be updated as often as daily!
  3. DuckStation is strictly PSX-only; it just happens to have a lot of cool features; for example, TWO GUIs. QT flavor, which Spice and I use, and an SDL flavor which is slightly more simplified.
  4. Ditto. Which is why I jumped on the Windows version once I learned it was a standalone! Would you believe I even submitted one or two entries in the built-in compatibility database? Namely Tempest X3, based on LP footage from our own Austin played on actual hardware! Weirdly if one stays in Attract mode, there's an actual pixelshatter logo effect at the Credits screen! Even works in PGXP!
  5. FINALLY! Another vote of approval for this recent technical masterpiece! The ONLY thing I see wrong with it is the lack of physical disc support. I'm barely lucky as-is that I found a source of images at a certain archive site (DO NOT ask for specifics)... I was mainly attracted by the PGXP feature that minimizes texture warping, bringing new life to those old gems! And the auto-updates are a nice feature!
  6. MEGABUMP! WITH A PURPOSE! MAME .225 just got released a few nights ago, and with it, MAJOR improvements to VOTRAX, courtesy of Aaron Giles! Pitch control still needs a little work... And this, months after Bill and Ted Face the Music! XD P.S.: I already hear the improvements in Wizard of Wor and I hear this at the Radar screen in attract mode: "I'M OUT A SIGHT. HA HA HA" I C whut U did thar, Mr. Nutting! XD
  7. I mainly use MAME for arcade games, despite its focus on emulating "ALL THE THINGS!!!!111" Buuut, it does have a damn fine 7800 emulator. BTW, Saeger, BIG fan of Z26 during the Win98 days, especially because of the support of 100 and 120hz video modes!
  8. erm, there were scanlines, for the (S)VGA crowd (and up). The catch was, they were doubled for the low-rez modes. The 320x200 mode was really displayed in 640x400, for example. Nowadays, in my case, the modern graphics cards (that prefer VGA (DVI-I Dual Link) over HDMI) display the BIOS/Textmode in artificially blown-up 1280x1024... (Dunno if I'm in the meh, or BLECCH!, crowd...) It is nice to see Doom displayed as if through a 15KHz monitor tho!
  9. My suggestion? Surf to the entry you're trying to add, choose Properties, and open the Audit tab. If it passes, you (hopefully) won't have to refresh; simply close and open the program up again!
  10. Sadly, the tape don't lie, as that's the way it's always been. Take it from me; I got the VHS, Christmas 1991. (I was even nuts enough to try transcribing the movie on a Composition notebook, and I heard, "Kev! Kev!", yet wrote it about as intelligibly as Buzz uttered it. Only made it to "WE SLEPT IN!' tho.)
  11. Well, Treb, you did what I had NO time at ALL to do at the time, to get the confirmation out. I went for getting the word out; you went for documenting history! Infinite Kudos!
  12. Sighting confirmed. Only it wasn't in Sheldon's posession.
  13. Forgive me for saying, but I predict AtariVox support to be requested a TON in Stella soon after this release... Even weirder, the voices here are WAY more intelligible than the original! XD Not to mention the title screen ALONE! Best titlescreen for the VCS. EVER.
  14. Any model specifics on the 32:9 monitor? I'm truly curious...
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