I’ve had some time today to add start offset information into TAPClean Front End’s report, tape edit and split tools. The benefit should be obvious given the screenshot below:
TAPClean FE aids the definition of IDX files for the C2NEmu playback client
Obviously, I am still convinced that a semi-automated tool to create IDX files should be part of TAPClean Front End: perhaps I could add a button to the tape split tool for doing so, which makes sense especially for tape compilations as the one in the above picture.
Yesterday I started coding a C2NEmu GUI playback client for Windows and Linux. I didn’t have much time due to the fact I was quite tired after a long day at work, but I thought to publish a screenshot of the GUI today. Here it is, along with a tooltip that should explain the difference between the pause and stop buttons (the tooltip refers to the stop button).
C2NEmu playback client under Windows
I’ve had a go ad putting together a nice toolbar for my DC2N4 USB serial native client for Windows. Here’s the current look under WinXP:
DC2N4 USB serial native client
DC2N USB serial native client under Windows10