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  1. I've removed the case conversion from the code and it's working again. So it's up to the programmer to take care of referencing files correctly again now.
  2. Hm, this is a conundrum. File names and manifest entries are all lower case now, but it's still not working.
  3. Ah, lower case then! Same result, hopefully. I'm testing it now ...
  4. Oh, that's interesting. I'll change the code on our end so that it makes everything (manifest and filenames) uppercase, that should account for the problem in the future.
  5. I'm pretty sure the emulator on this site was already the latest version, but I've updated it with a fresh download, just to be sure. Same as before, so it seems to be an issue with the web version.
  6. .seq files are being loaded now, they weren't whitelisted before (gotta take security seriously). Still doesn't seem to do any spiral movements though. Is the latest version of the emulator needed for it to work?
  7. It's almost perfect on Windows 10 / Chrome. A little stutter here or there, but a lot better and very usable! On Firefox it's still stuttering though, sadly.
  8. I'm with you. I think a self-contained zip file is best. I'm trying to help devs by creating the manifest.json on the fly and injecting it into the zip file, but if it already exists -- all the better!
  9. We've been mulling over whether it would be a good idea to be able to put the manifest.json OUTSIDE the zip file, but before you do any work in that direction (unless you want to), I'll try rewriting our code so it adds the manifest.json directly to the zip file. One thing though: it looks like the "old" way doesn't work anymore. It's throwing an error: "Unable to read manifest. Check the manifest http parameter". See here: https://www.commanderx16.com/emulator/x16emu.html?manifest=/emulator/9-chase-vault/ The manifest.json file still exists like before.
  10. I'm adding the new functionality now. I'll have to adapt some code on the server to add dealing with zip files, so until further notice, the Try it now function might break! I'll give notice here when everything's back to normal again.
  11. Amazing work, @SebastianVoges! I'll upload that version to our site ASAP. It's going to make handling zip files so much easier for us, we definitely owe you a beverage of your choice!
  12. Don't be intimidated. Embrace what's at your disposal and make it work for you. Some people do amazing things with PETSCII graphics alone. Every contribution is "good enough". This isn't a competition. The important thing is to enjoy the journey. PS: Personally, I think BASIC is sexy.
  13. Passing a zip file would be great! We've already added a note to our implementation that it only works with PRG files. It is a fantastic feature nonetheless! Thanks for your work!
  14. @SebastianVogesWe have some uploads that are pure BASIC files. Is there a way to load them too via a manifest or does it only work with PRG files?
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