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- Subject: Re: [hatari-devel] updating docs
- From: Miro Kropáček <miro.kropacek@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2018 23:07:39 +0200
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maybe some example use cases for the "8 bit filename conversion" and "add gemdos after acsi/ide" ?
While the file name conversion seems to work pretty well, I have never succeeded to have the gemdos drive after real drives. The best I could do on my emulated Falcon was having C: GEMDOS drive (which 'shadowed' the real C:, regardless of the setting) and D: real drive. That way I can copy between each other but it's tiresome because, well, the real boot drive is gone and I have to disable the GEMDOS one first.