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Friday, 21 December 2007

WinUAE 1.4.5

After 18 beta-versions, the "final" version 1.4.5 of WinUAE has been released. Download can be found in the downloads section.

New features

- Sana2 compatible net device (uaenet.device) emulation
- Full doublescan mode emulation (DBLPAL, DBLNTSC, MultiScan etc..), sprite doublescan support
- Full SuperHires emulation, bitplanes and sprites, including ECS Denise "scrambled palette" superhires mode. Also does not downscale hires sprites to lores anymore when bitplane resolution is lores
- SuperHires resolution added to display panel, replaces old GUI lores setting with lores, hires and superhires select box
- .dsq (DiskSqueeze) and .wrp (Warp) disk decompression support
- "Automount" and "Do not boot" harddrive options added
- Axis movements can be mapped to buttons in input panel (left/right and up/down)
- Picasso96 resolutions 320x200, 320x240, 640x400 and 640x480 added to resolution list, even if no native Windows support
- optional ini-file registry replacement. (winuae.ini or -ini )
- Autocomplete added to most path text boxes
- Added information text to hardfile panel (shows type, size,.. of HDF)
- Nordic Power 3.0 freezer cartridge support

Bugs fixed

- lzx decompression stability and compatibility improved
- Debugger C-command word and long word support fixed
- Heavy CD32 Akiko C2P usage caused huge performance loss
- AGA statefile restore crash fix
- Analog joystick mouse emulation fix
- A500 cycle-exact mode freeze in some cases
- Picasso96 display preferences resolution list corruption
- A590/A2091 SCSI emulation buffer overflow crash fix
- Some types of HDF didn\'t mount properly
- Some automount issues fixed
- CDTV and CDTV SCSI emulation compatibility improved
- Some ECS Denise-only features fixed
- Miscellaneous fixes here and there
- Blank screen in windowed mode fixed (RGB overlay incompatibility)
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