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Bug report: Shadow Wolf Cyberzine Issue #9
Posted on 6-Jan-2021 21:30:25
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Shadow Wolf Cyberzine Issue #9

I sometimes test 680x0 software on AmigaOS4 / AmigaONE,
just for fun, this time tried “Shadow Wolf Cyberzine Issue #9”

I look at their webpage can’t find any bug tracker, nor any place put a comment.

From the readme it says:

“ShadowTerm will appear to download background music but it won't be played back unless the requirements are met”

so its expected that it can’t play-music, I did not install library, its from 1996, I expect it won’t work with AHI.

Octamed is bit hard to support on all platforms, but easy way is to convert it to mp3, and use mpga.library

The other issue I noticed that was not in the readme, it was when I tried to load images, the images are not displayed correct, it looks like it uses a fixed bytes per row, instead of obtaining byte per row from graphic library, or from the rastport / bitmap header.

And I’m not sure if the IFF images uses colors are correct, maybe it’s using a nonstandard way to set the colors?

Last edited by NutsAboutAmiga on 08-Jan-2021 at 05:44 PM.

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