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snes9x 1.57 released
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Author:  umegamer [ Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:58 am ]
Post subject:  snes9x 1.57 released

https://github.com/snes9xgit/snes9x/releases

Changes:

Snes9x 1.57
- Various seta010 emulation fixes. (kps501)
- Pass blargg OAM tests with proper write behavior. (BearOso)
- Prevent interlacing in BG modes 1-4. (BearOso)
- Corrected IRQ and NMI emulation to allow more games to
work properly. (BearOso, OV2)
- Use 1 instead of 0 for initial PPU left window coordinate,
fixing garbage in left column of pixels in some games. (turhope)
- Added interpolation option hack for DSP. (kps501, mudlord,
BearOso)
- Added sprite-tile limit disabling hack. (Tatsuya79)
- Added libretro's fast snapshot support. (OV2)
- Add overclocking hack that increases IPC (retrotalker)
- Fix controller initialization issues preventing some games
from using multitap. (retrotalker)
- Proper write behavior for register $2122. (BearOso)
- Fix transparency issue with Star Fox asteroids. (redguy, BearOso)
- Increase SuperFX speed to more accurately represent
hardware, and fix bugs with Stunt Race FX and Yoshi's
Island. (BearOso)
- Resize viewport on state load. (retrotalker)
- Many fixes to variables not saved or saved incorrectly in
save states. (Dwedit)
- Pass decimal tests in blargg's math test ROMs. (BearOso)
- Remove memory leak in loadzip.cpp. (bonimy)
- Fix screen size not reverting when overscan is turned on
then off mid-frame. (BearOso)

Win32:
- Include DirectDraw libraries and compile with DirectDraw
support by default. (OV2)
- Add a link to DirectX installer in error message displayed
when the needed DirectX libraries can't be found. (OV2)
- Save window position when exiting via menu (OV2)
- Make custom ROM dialog resizable. (OV2)
- Fix various cheat dialog issues. (OV2)
- Remove d3d9x DLL dependency by using DirectXMath. (OV2)
- Remove rarely-used HLSL shader option. (OV2)
- Add InitialSnapshotFilename support. (BearOso)
- Disable BG toggle keys by default. (BearOso)
- Proper centering and cropping for overscanned and
regular height modes. (OV2)
- Remove ability to disable the SNES's hires modes. (OV2)
- Added a Super Famicom-style icon resource to the EXE. (BearOso)

MacOS:
- Partial support for new cheats format. (OV2)
- Fix MacOS build. (marconett)
- Set default for new config options. (tmkk)
- Fix compilation on Mac OS Mojave (meepingsnesroms)

libretro:
- Massive update of libretro code to latest downstream. (fr500, kps501,
OV2, twinaphex,
BearOso,
hiddenasbestos,
m4xw, kxyxz,
claudiuslollarius)

GTK+:
- Use datarootdir instead of datadir on install. (orbea)
- Fix --with-system-zip configure flag. (BearOso)
- Draw interlaced fields when ready. (BearOso)
- Initial Wayland support. (remicalixte)
- Allow XV only in X11. (BearOso)
- Add Wayland support via EGL. (BearOso)
- Significant rewrite of OpenGL driver to support newer
standards. This won't work on cards < OpenGL ~1.5. (BearOso)
- Changed frameskip option to speed throttling option with
simpler, but more relevant methods of speed control. (BearOso)
- Add support for relative-style save slots. (ichigo-0, BearOso)
- Remove XML config file format in favor of one more like
Win32. Make joystick bindings and more options human-
readable and editable. (BearOso)
- Try more device nodes when initializing OSS. (BearOso)

Author:  umegamer [ Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: snes9x 1.57 released

not sure if this was fixed in a prior version, but slayers srm saves load properly now.

Author:  akualung [ Sat Nov 10, 2018 5:01 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: snes9x 1.57 released

Wow, ther's been several versions of snes9x in a short span of time. I remember that I had a strange bug in the translated version of Laplace's Demon with 1.55 and above if I remember clearly (I used several versions of the rom and patched it using different tools, but to no avail). The problem was that it played the game music incorrectly.

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