IPS4MSX v1.3 
Sunday, August 27, 2006, 12:32
IPS4MSX v1.3 was released. Most fixes in this release are related to big chunk patching, as this was never really tested. Changes are:
  • Fixed RLE >32K bug
  • Fixed datablock >32K bug
  • Fixed truncate >32K & >64K bug
  • Added some more error messages
  • Removed redundant code from the rename routine, causing to rename the result file incorrectly in MSX-DOS2

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Wednesday, March 8, 2006, 19:15
FDISK 3.10 has a small bug causing useful MSX-DOS2 commands like UNDEL not to work. The problem is the Volume ID isn't set according to MSX-DOS2 specifications. I've made a little tool called FIXBOOT that will fix this problem and allow. The patch is performed in such a way that it will remain more or less compatible with the PC one. The tool is available in the download section of my Home Page.
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msxnet.org Special Interest pages update - ROM types 
Saturday, February 4, 2006, 11:35
I've added some improvements to the Megabit ROM Cartridges page. Also a quick access list was added. This is important infomration for emulator developers who aim for perfect emulation.
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Palette Editor v1.2 
Friday, December 16, 2005, 18:00
I've released a new version of Palette Editor today. Here's what's new:
  • fixed minor bug in BiFi logo animation abort
  • user defined palette in presets really is the userdef palette now
  • added support for V99x8 in an MSX1 machine by detecting the VDP
  • added support to save to cassette
  • made media selectable for palette storage

The site also has some new features:
  • added version history
  • added key codes for tweaked palettes for some games made by Patrick van Arkel
  • added descriptions for some key codes
  • added WAV download to all key codes

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msxnet.org Special Interest pages moved 
Monday, July 18, 2005, 18:00
In the end of 2004, Sean Young decided to move the MSX technical pages to Wikipedia as he didn't have time to maintain the pages anymore. This way they could still be maintained and they would still be available to the public. However, Wikipedia got requests to either move or even delete articles from these pages and some pages were indeed removed. At that moment a decission was made to contact Sean to save them and to put them back online.

Now these pages are hosted and maintained by me... The Konami info pages will be moved to my personal website in time as they fit better there.
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