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EmuCR:OpenMSX OpenMSX v0.12.0 is released. OpenMSX is an open source MSX emulator which is free according to the Debian Free Software Guidelines, available under the GNU General Public License.For copyright reasons the emulator cannot be distributed with original BIOS ROM images. OpenMSX includes C-BIOS a minimal implementation of the MSX BIOS, allowing to play quite some games without the need to have an original MSX BIOS ROM image. You can also use your own BIOS ROM image if you please.

OpenMSX v0.12.0 Changelog:

MSX device support:
- fixed (S)RAM writing on turboR
- fixed border color in screen 11/12
- fixed some details of SD card emulation (found with FUZIX)
- fixed clipping bug in sprite-mode-1 drawing
- fixed crash in openMSX when using the AVT DPF-550 extension
- fixed support of 8kB RS-232C ROMs (which is the only correct size!)
- fixed emulation of joystick mode of the mouse
- fixed broken MegaFlashROM SCC+ (introduced with openMSX 0.11.0)
- improved trackball movement emulation so that JoyTest can also detect it like
on real hardware
- fixed touchpad joystick pins (fixing detection in JoyTest)
- tweaked volumes of SFG-01/05 against the PSG
- added Panasonic FS-A1WSX/WX variant ot the MSX-MUSIC mapper
- added proper YM2148 emulation (MIDI in/out for Yamaha SFG modules)
- added proper MC6850 emulation (MIDI in/out for Philips Music Module)
- added emulation of FAC MIDI Interface
- added emulation of Sensor Kid, ported from yayaMSX2SK, which is based on
Mr. Takeda's Common Source Code Project
- added emulation of BeerIDE (experimental)
- added many new machines: Canon V-25 (thanks to Rudi Westerhof), Canon V-8,
Fenner/Samsung SPC-800, Hitachi MB-H1, Toshiba HX-10D (thanks to Ricardo
Jurcyk Pinheiro), Canon V-10, Canon V-20 (JP), Spectravideo SVI-728 (ES),
Mitsubishi ML-TS2 (partly, it's still work-in-progress), Sony HB-101 (JP),
Sony HB-201 (JP), Sanyo MPC-6, Mitsubishi ML-F120 and ML-F110 and Hitachi
MB-H3 (thanks to Werner Kai) and Yamaha AX350IIF (thanks to Rudolf Gutlich)

New or improved emulator features:
- added "too_fast_vram_access_callback": you can now run a Tcl script when the
running MSX software accesses VRAM too fast, e.g. break to debug
- added display of 'movie length' in TAS mode. This is the length of your
'movie' if you upload it to tasvideos.org
- added -triplesize to video recorder: allows creation of video files in
960x720 pixels, for which YouTube renders videos at 60 fps.
- some fixes in keyboard mappings
- fixed slow console when emulation speed is very low
- add a snapshot 'near the end' to the OMR when saving it, allowing quicker
continuation of the replay after loading it
- similarly, add snapshots when fast-forwarding to the target time, so they
can be used to jump back more quickly
- show reverse bar in green when replaying in viewonly mode
- added a converter from/to OMR to/from text, which allows you to more easily
edit the OMR outside of openMSX
- improved implementation of 'auto-save' feature of replays: the setting will
now persist over openMSX sessions
- added an OSD overlay for Metal Gear

Build system, packaging, documentation:
- replace mingw32 build support with MinGW-w64 build support on Windows
- updated our website and other URL's to point to http://openmsx.org/ or

Download: OpenMSX v0.12.0 x86
Download: OpenMSX v0.12.0 x64
Source: Here

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