Depending on the subdirectories, the machine to use will be automatically selected according to these criteria:
"/atarist/": ST, "/atari-st/": ST, "/st/": ST, "/atariste/": STE, "/atari-ste/": STE, "/ste/": STE, "/ataritt/": TT, "/atari-tt/": TT, "/tt/": TT, "/atarimegaste/": MEGA_STE, "/atari-megaste/": MEGA_STE, "/atari-mega-ste/": MEGA_STE, "/megaste/": MEGA_STE, "/mega-ste/": MEGA_STE, "/falcon/": FALCON, "/atari-falcon/": FALCON,
Depending on the machine, the system will look for the corresponding bios automatically:
First, the bios of the machine to use:
If the corresponding bios in the above list is not found for the desired machine, the bios
tos.img will be searched.
Finally, if none of the above bios are found, the default EmuTOS bios will be used.
Yes, and for all the emulators provided!
For Libretro cores, the
.retroarch.cfg files should be used. For the Hatari standalone core, the
.hatari.cfg files should be used.
No, only the first joystick can be used at the moment.
Here is the correspondence of the buttons:
|Joystick button||System button|
||open the interface (to swap disks, etc...)|
||toggle between mouse and joystick modes|
||change mouse sensibility|
||open virtual keyboard|
||open a menu allowing you to see the control mode you are in (mouse/joystick); as well as the level of the mouse sensitivity setting (a number that varies next to MS: - value that you change with R1).|
Yes, and we provide them to you! There are 3 tools in
Yes, just like the Libretro Hatari emulator, the Hatari standalone supports its own overloads with the suffix
.hatari.cfg. These are usable via
<game>.<ext>.hatari.cfg for a specific game or
.hatari.cfg for an entire directory, in the same way as the
Yes, even for the Hatari standalone!