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Thank you very much! 🙂
The Fold 3? That’s the perfect device for DOS emulation, I’m a bit jelaous. 😉
And that’s a great collection of games. 👍
There was a similar issue some days ago, where my upload had been turned into a zip file by the cloud storage provider. Maybe because .mgc files are indeed zip files, but that’s really annoying.
Anyway. You have to navigate to your /Download folder (or wherever you saved the file to) with a file explorer, and rename the file from .zip to .mgc, in order to make it visible for Magic Dosbox.
You don’t have to change anything in that file, you need to mount it instead of the game.gog file. These two are relabelled .cue and .bin files, and Riva needs the .cue file, probably because it’s using cd audio.
Glad it’s working. I don’t know why that happened. 😅
I just tried. For some obscure reason, the file is saved with a .mgc.zip extension, so you need to remove the .zip part with a file explorer. Then Magic Dosbox will be able to find it.
I just tried it on a Galaxy S10e, running the latest Android 12 update, and it’s working just fine. Looks like a weird issue with your particular game version. Really odd though how it only seems to happen on some OS versions on your devices.
Interesting. Must be a Tab A specific issue, because it’s working on other Samsung devices on Android 11+. Really weird though.
Dang, it’s all working fine for me. Galaxy S9+, Android 10 though. I can try to get my hands on an Android 12 phone for testing.
That’s why I asked – so it’s not an issue with the s-pen itself, but rather with either (1) your particular device or (2) your mouse settings.
I think it’s probably best if you upload one or two of your profiles, so we can test on some other devices, to see if we can pinpoint the issue. 🙂
For clarification: this issue only happens when you’re using the s-pen? So when you’re tapping the screen with your finger right after that, it’s all working fine?
Great to hear! 👍
Using fhd or higher resolutions also has no performance impact on Dosbox, but on the upside, you get a crisper image.
Weird. Maybe it’s related to screen resolution (complete shot in the dark here)? So maybe try setting your res to FHD instead of WQHD?
Just out of curiosity, how did you fix it last time?