[Blindapple] question about extra disks
dertier71 at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 18 13:01:19 EDT 2013
Ok, just a few questions. So in Terminal i will first type cd and then paste the folder mess to get the directory. Then i am a little confuse. You said to type mess apple2ee -flop1 disks/egames.dsk and then type -flop2 disks/incert disk name. It wouldn't load this way so in the first part I typed ./mess64 apple2ee -flop1 disks/egames.dsk and then type the same for -flop2 as my original try. This simply loaded the egames file, not my chosen game with speech. I am confused at how to load a game i got and have speech with it. Can you break it down more for me step by step. what to type exactly, when, and how to add speech to a game i have gotten that didn't original come with this package. Thanks in advance.
On Sep 18, 2013, at 11:28 AM, Byron Stephens <bstephens122874 at shaw.ca> wrote:
> Thes originally did come with speech back in the day. Most other .dsk images will work provided you have textalker loaded in memory, and using the image you'd like to run in drive 2. Once you're at the command line, change to the mess apple2ee directory and type this. mess apple2ee -flop1 disks\egames.dsk, and to run an image in drive two, type -flop2 disks\ then the title of what disk you'd like to load in drive 2.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Greg Farrow" <dertier71 at hotmail.com>
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>> I have what may be a silly question but I will ask anyways. It comes in two parts. First of all, the games that came with the mess emulator all work with speech. Is this a modification or did these games originally come with speech? The reason I ask is, if we get more disks on our own to run in Mess, will they work with voice or does it depend on the game in question? I hope I made my point clear enough. Thanks in advance.
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