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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #765 on: 2016.June.22. 14:57:14 »
Haha ! That is so cool!! BDW is there any news about a network adapter for the enterprise?
Have fun with the Z80!

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #766 on: 2016.June.22. 16:00:11 »
Here you have a snapshot. I had some problems running this hack on certain SymbOS configurations:"The selected file is not executable in the SymbOS environment".

Remember that it is only a proof of concept.

Just only press Enter.

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #767 on: 2016.June.22. 16:11:00 »
thank you
cool
is it possible to apply some simple filter on the sound, for example a sime interpolation, or echo?
Vigyázat! Szektás vagyok! :)

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #768 on: 2016.June.22. 16:18:31 »
Supposedly yes, it is only software, so probably the output can be improved.

The rules are the most easy part, new ones can be added, or the old be modified without touching the speech engine.

I will put soon the complete disassembly on the English Speakeasy thread, just in case somebody want to create an Enterprise app.

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #769 on: 2016.August.21. 23:37:25 »
When is the next version expected? :-)

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #770 on: 2016.September.22. 15:47:59 »
Here are two little modifications proposed by IstvanV.

-The main button is now the left one.
-The mouse button is recognised inside wonderful EP128emu.

Links on the EnterMice wiki corrected.
« Last Edit: 2016.September.22. 15:54:03 by gflorez »

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #771 on: 2016.November.21. 12:35:23 »
Prodatron is actually working on the Enterprise port of his wonderful SymbOS, fixing the Mouse reading routine to work with all the buttons and wheel. 

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #772 on: 2016.November.21. 12:55:19 »
Prodatron is actually working on the Enterprise port of his wonderful SymbOS, fixing the Mouse reading routine to work with all the buttons and wheel.
Great news!

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #773 on: 2016.November.21. 23:21:46 »
Yeeeeaaah! :-)

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #774 on: 2016.November.25. 17:16:54 »
With Gflorez help I was able to update the mouse routines for EnterMice support today! :)
Thanks so much to Pear for this great hardware, to Istvan-V for fully emulating it in the fantastic EP128Emu and to Gflorez for your help!

The mouse wheel is already working fine. I will now add support for the right mouse button and then publish a preview here.

It seems, that my USB mouse (+adapter) isn't working with my EnterMice hardware on my real EP, its LED stays dark. I guess I have to buy a real PS/2 mouse (I wonder where I leave my old one...).

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #775 on: 2016.November.25. 17:30:59 »
It seems, that my USB mouse (+adapter) isn't working with my EnterMice hardware on my real EP, its LED stays dark. I guess I have to buy a real PS/2 mouse (I wonder where I leave my old one...).
The adapter are come with this mouse?
The adapters only convert the connectors, but needed the PS/2 mode built in the mouse. Not all USB mouse support this mode. Generaly: if the mouse come with adapter then will work :-)

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #776 on: 2016.November.25. 18:52:23 »
Thanks for the hint, Zozo! Hope that's the problem.

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #777 on: 2016.November.26. 21:32:02 »
Both buttons are working now fine, but I have problems with the "waits" for faster machines.
IIRC my Enterprise 128 upgraded by Zozo is working at 4, 6, 7.5 and 10MHz. If I use the timing of Bruce routine...
http://wiki.enterpriseforever.com/index.php/EnterMice#Minimum_EnterMice_reading_routine.2C_thanks_to_Bruce_Tanner
...the pointer is going crazy at everthing > 4MHz.

I was already experimenting with different "wait" values. The strange thing is:
- everything is working at 4MHz
- some "waits" are working only at 4 and 10MHz but not for 6 and 7,5
- some are working for 4 and 6 OR (?) 7,5, but not for the other two

Anyway it's fantastic to have a real and full working mouse at the Enterprise inclusing the wheel! :)

PS: Zozo, you are right regarding the PS/2 mouse :)

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #778 on: 2016.November.26. 21:42:42 »
I think waits should be set up based on CPU speed:
4 MHz: short delay 2, long delay 3
6 MHz: short delay 3, long delay 5
7-8 MHz: short delay 4, long delay 6
10 MHz: short delay 5, long delay 8

Or what happens if everywhere short delay 5, long delay 8 is used?

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Re: SymbOS
« Reply #779 on: 2016.November.26. 21:46:17 »
Good idea, thanks for the hint Geco! That's how I did it for the old Boxsoft driver, will try it for the EnterMice driver now as well!
A static 5/8 delay didn't work for all kind of CPU speeds right now (or maybe I missed something).