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pser1 escribió:The Basic3.3 seems to have changed something in the configuration of the XM7 because once run the 64 colours example
there is no way to start the old .d77 I had made with prior examples.
Now calling "xm7 diskname" results in an endless beep that can only be stopped pressing Alt+F12
Then I need to change "DOS Mode" to "BASIC Mode" and then loading the 'old' .d77 requires pressing F12 for the
program to start (using the STARTUP basic program)
I think it's a problem that doesn't occur on the real machine, so I think the cause is on the XM7 side, but I tried various things, but I couldn't reproduce your phenomenon.
Does your report mean that XM7 switches from BASIC mode to DOS mode arbitrarily when you boot FBASIC3.3?
I once encountered an issue where some XM7 settings were not saved.
I remember that this was caused by the version of XM7, where the program was placed (e.g. directly under program files), and whether or not you had windows administrator privileges at the time of execution.
I'm sorry, but that's all I can think of right now.
pser1 escribió:Ps By the way, is there an FBASIC33.ROM file to add to the XM7 folder?
FBASIC V3.3 has only disk BASIC, so there is no file like FBASIC33.ROM for emulator.
All the BASIC code body of V3.3 is stored in the floppy disk.