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Re: New NMI handler / .commands

Luzie wrote:
Luzie wrote:

Dear david_ps,

is there any space left in your "New NMI handler" for adding Hotkey/Function to start another NMI.SYS / NMI-handler?

Can be done with copying the "New File Browser for ZX-UNO"
/sys/nmi.sys to /sys/nmi/old087.sys
as described on: https://spectrumcomputing.co.uk/forums/ … 834#p36834
So "New File Browser for ZX-UNO" can be started by Hotkey J from within "Dr. Slumps NMI Navigator"

and with copying the original
/sys/nmi/old087.sys to /sys/nmi.org
BEFORE the above copying
the original NMI.SYS can be loaded via "Shift + N" from within "New File Browser for ZX-UNO"

Thank you very much! Great contribution!

One thing:

Instead of going back to the old nmi. Can't go back to the DR Slump nmi again?

A greeting

327 (edited by Luzie 2020-05-24 15:55:30)

Re: New NMI handler / .commands

bracula80 wrote:

Thank you very much! Great contribution!

One thing:

Instead of going back to the old nmi. Can't go back to the DR Slump nmi again?

A greeting

Hello and thank you!

You can go back to Dr. Slumps with Hardreset.

Or rename Dr. Slumps /sys/nmi.sys to /sys/nmi.org

Then Dr. Slumps NMI.SYS should be loaded via "Shift + N" from within "New File Browser for ZX-UNO" (only on NMI.SYS-Version, not on .browse-DOT-command-Version - have a look at "Shift + H" for Help!)

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Thanks Luzie

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Hello,

Update release of NMI navigator, v.0.0.17:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/dsojadhffzi9y … 7.zip?dl=0
Changes:

  • Updated \SYS\NMI\init to detect 0.8.8 esxDOS version

  • Added \SYS\NMI\old088.sys to able to load old NMI navigator for 0.8.8 esxDOS version

Packed release of custom module, v.0.0.17 (it is identical to the version v.0.0.16):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lm0hti7f3kg9g … 7.zip?dl=0

Updated README_NMI.txt:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ow3nhkthcss8w … I.txt?dl=0
Please read it! It contains an instruction manual and explains the operation of all the keys.

ESXDOS v0.8.8 system configured with my NMI navigator and utilities:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7vi241ohd2dau … 8.zip?dl=0

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Re: New NMI handler / .commands

Hello David, thank you for updating your NMI navigator and congratulations for your hard work.
I've been actively following bob_fossil's new browser in the Spectrum Computing Forums and I love the 42 column mode he uses, in my opinion it's much more readable than the 64 column mode. I suppose it would be a lot of work, but could you just think aboout it?

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pjrodriguez wrote:

...
I've been actively following bob_fossil's new browser in the Spectrum Computing Forums and I love the 42 column mode he uses, in my opinion it's much more readable than the 64 column mode. I suppose it would be a lot of work, but could you just think aboout it?

Main problem is space available for browser, 3584 bytes. 64 column font ocuppies 336 bytes, normal font 768 bytes, and 42 column font 576 bytes, with a more complex printing routine. With this version of navigator is not possible change it, but I'm working on other version with much more usable space. I'm sorry.

332 (edited by Spezzi63 2020-05-26 23:29:26)

Re: New NMI handler / .commands

david_ps wrote:

but I'm working on other version with much more usable space

That is absolutely great wink


Thank you for your staying power and fantastic support for our operating system.
Many Greetings,
Günter