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This is a program I've been writing on and off for quite a while now. It started out as a way to visualize graphic data stored on the disk and morphed into an editor and disk mapping tool. The documentation is bit weak, but I'm sure a few minutes of playing around will give you an idea of what it's capable of. I have tested it on real hardware, but thanks to Altirra's mouse support I find it works much better in an emulator. Quick instructions - start the program and then insert another disk (with a game or two on it). Press START to flip between Explorer and Editor, press SELECT for the selector. Did I mention a mouse? Yes, it's required for this program! I expect to be knee-deep in poo (work) for the next while so I thought I post this now, even though it isn't quite finished. If anyone is interested I can include the Quick source code. enjoy! EDIT: Old links removed - new ones can be found in most recent message P.S. Does anyone know of a nice easy tool that can take a regular executable (such as this one) and convert it to a boot disk. Since Disk Explorer does not need DOS, it would be better suited as a boot disk.
In order not to pollute the thread of Sound List Ripper with this, I've created a small utility in VB5 which converts MID files into TI-99 sound lists. It's somewhat crude, but I'm posting it anyway since there has been interest in it. I think it facilitates the development of sound lists for the TI-99 which are a nice, compact format with a player built into ROM. You can find details on its usage in the README file supplied with it. The ZIP file contains an EXE file, the source code project and the README file. Oh, sorry to say, but since it was developed in VB5, it only runs on Windows. I'm not exactly sure which versions it will run on, but I'm pretty sure it will run on Windows XP, 7 and 10. Maybe earlier versions (from 95 upward) are also OK, but I haven't tested it. Enjoy! Kurt MIDI_TO_Sound_List_0_0_1.zip