I have downloaded Oriculator from http://www.petergordon.org.uk/oricutron ... 32_v12.zip
Then I copied all my Iskra's TAP files from Iskra's folder to Oricutron\Tapes folder.
Then I tyed Cload"run.tap" (Enter)
I was so exited..
And.. oh... no...!
I have to re-write my own loader...
It does not detect Euphoric and refuses to load!
(Btw - I never, ever believed that will ever, ever come the day that Iskra will execute THAT piece of her code on her loading routine?!?)
By the way..
Can Oriculator work on Android device now...?
Tell mee.. it is supported...? <3 <3 <3
This is my Euphoric's INI file:
How.. can I make the same.. on Oriculator...?
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;; Euphoric.ini : this file sets Euphoric's configuration
;; Comment-lines start with character ';'
;; (don't worry if you see two ';' characters, it is just in case you remove one :-)
;; Settings are in the form Keyword=value, without any space.
;; Be aware that keywords (and values) are case-sensitive !!
;; Options that expect a Yes/No value are checked against the first letter only,
;; and only 'n' and 'N' are checked, so you can write the value in a few languages:
;; (No, no, non, nein... Yes, si, oui, ja... will give the intended action)
;; It is highly recommended to set the following 3 options to the paths of your roms, tapes and disks :
;; Euphoric won't start if it doesn't find the roms !
;; this option selects the type of Oric to run
;; Oric1,Atmos,Telestrat (and even Stratos for UK fans)
;; You don't need to change it because it is overriden by command line options -1 or -t
;; and the provided Windows shortcuts use the right command line options
;; this option selects the type of cpu (6502 or 65C02).
;; Genuine Orics have an old 6502 (NMos). Modern 65C02 (CMos) have an extended instruction set.
;; this option selects the frequency of the cpu, leave it to 1.0 MHz unless you know.
;; The following option selects the type of floppy disc controller,
;; it applies to Oric1 & Atmos only.
;; Acceptable values: None,Microdisc,Jasmin,Apple
;; (Apple means the Apple interface as found on Pravetz clones)
;; You usually don't need to change this option because it is overriden by command line options -d and -j,
;; or when you double click on a disk image, or when you use the Windows shortcuts.
;; Select which floppy drives you want to have
;; Uncomment to emulate an IDE interface and specify a hard disk image file.
;; This is a preliminary support of the much expected Oric IDE interface:
;; if works in virtual life but the real implementation still has electrical problems.
;; Only one DOS supports it for now: have a look to RanDOS 2002.
;; The following option sets the name of the rom that will be loaded when you start an Oric-1
;; The followinf option sets the name of the rom that will be loaded when you start an Atmos
;; Genuine Orics have a US keyboard, with few discrepancies.
;; Localized roms are available if you don't want to get a US keyboard.
;; Use Bas11_de.rom for a Deutsch keyboard
;; Bas11_fr.rom for a French keyboard
;; Bas11_uk.rom for a British keyboard
;; Bas11_es.rom for a Spanish keyboard
;; Bas11_se.rom for a Swedish keyboard...
;; or any rom you like (e.g pravetzd.rom)
;; the rom in the line below will be used inside the Microdisc controller
;; Use Cumana.rom for a Cumana 1 system
;; the rom in the line below will be used inside the Jasmin controller
;; the rom in the line below will be used inside the Apple interface
;; The following roms set the contents of telestrat banks 1 to 7.
;; A localized Tmon24fr.rom is available for French keyboards
;; Unused banks are available as ram instead.
;; This option affects the contents of ram at startup,
;; Try 1 or 2 to get the initial screen you are used to.
;; This option allows to emulate a printer on the Oric centronics port
;; (don't forget to switch the virtual printer ON in the environment screen
;; before printing (or using F3), since it is off when starting the emulator)
;; Here you tell in which file goes the printer output
;; Use PrinterOutput=lpt1: for direct printing
;; Yes to add a serial extension to the Oric1/Atmos (Telestrat always has it)
;; Specify the real serial port to use
;; Use this option in some cases, e.g when connecting a Minitel
;; Yes to add a Real Time Clock extension
;; Yes to emulate a joystick on Telestrat joystick port
;; Yes to emulate a telestrat mouse in a joystick port
;; This option specifies the type of joystick interface on an Oric1 or Atmos
;; None, PASE, IJK
;; Yes to add a light pen extension
;; Yes to wire pin PB5 of the VIA to A14 on a 32KB rom
;; selects the name of the dump file (snapshot of the oric state)
;; generated when pressing F9
;; Yes if you want a Log file (log.txt)
;; useful if you have problems starting Euphoric
;; Yes to dump the PSG registers at every VIA's timer1 interrupt
;; (there are players that can play this dump file)
;; Here you tell where goes the previous sound dump
;; Yes if you have a monochrome VGA monitor
;; This option allows you to select a mode (Q) with a pixel aspect that is closer to the real thing
;; (Oric pixels are a bit flat). This is only true if you have a CRT monitor: AFAIK, LCD pixels are always square.
;; X is a default mode (320x240 unchained VGA mode) that should always work
;; Try VGAMode=Q (256x256 chained VGA mode) with next option ScanLines=Yes, and see if it works on your monitor.
;; If Mode Q works on your monitor, you might wish to get an even better screen aspect, with less 'boxy' pixels.
;; VGA monitors use an horizontal frequency that is about two times the one used on Oric monitors, and thus vertical
;; resolution is doubled. With the default value of this option (ScanLines=Yes), each line is displayed twice.
;; If you select ScanLines=No, each line will be displayed only once and there will be a small gap between the lines.
;; As a result, you will get pixels that have a more natural shape, but beware that this is not accepted by all monitors.
;; This option allows to tweak the VGA frequencies in Mode Q
;; Try 0,1,2 or 3 if you have display problems, 0 is the normal value.
;; I'm not sure it has a drastic effect, though...
;; you may redefine keyboard translation here
;; provide all 8 PC keys (PC scancode values in decimal) for an Oric Matrix Row
;; use negative numbers for extended PC scancodes (i.e prefixed by 0xE0)
;; and an illegal value for no scancode (eg. 128 or 999).
;; Don't use these options to get a WYTIWYG (What You Type Is What You Get) behavior
;; with your keyboard : if you don't have a US keyboard, use a nationalized rom as
;; explained in the AtmosRom option.
;; Advanced users can use these options to get the Ctrl key in place of the CAPS one,
;; like on the real Oric keyboards.
;; Don't change these options if you don't know how...
KbdMatrixRow0= 8, 36, 50, 37, 57, 22, 21, 9 ;
KbdMatrixRow1= 49, 20, 7, 10, 51, 23, 35, 38 ;
KbdMatrixRow2= 6, 19, 48, 39, 52, 24, 34, 11 ;
KbdMatrixRow3= 47, 33, 5, 12,-72, 25, 18, 53 ;
KbdMatrixRow4=-29,999, 29,999, 42, 56,-56, 54 ;
KbdMatrixRow5= 2, 1, 44, 86,-75, 14, 30, 28 ;
KbdMatrixRow6= 45, 16, 3, 43,-80, 27, 31, 58 ;
KbdMatrixRow7= 4, 32, 46, 40,-77, 26, 17, 13 ;
And.. This is the BAT file that I use to launch Euphoric emulator..
Can.. it be.. realized on Oriculator.. something similar...?
And.. If I may..
What does this mean?
It pop ups.. when ever Iskra loads any tap file...
This tape image seems invalid (header indicates lenght larger than than tape image)
(Image 2 enclosed)