Licence: Freeware
Version 5.0.2 | Release Date: 2014-10-14 | Download

Disk Image mounting has been reviewed and should work properly now.

Version 5.0.1 | Release Date: 2014-10-03 | Download

If using the Daum Build, Drag & Drop is working now.

Version 5.0 | Release Date: 2014-09-28 | Download
Dapplegrey 5 - The first Cocoa build ever.
  • Framework switched from Carbon to Cocoa, using native toolbar appearance in sheet window types now.
  • As a result of switching to the Cocoa framework, Dapplegrey 5 now requires an Intel-based Macintosh with at least Mac OS X 10.6 installed.
  • With a sincery vote of thanks to the Cocoa framework, *.ICO files available in the folder of a DOS game will be displayed next to the game profile name listed in the main window.
  • Taewong’s Daum build, available at http://ykhwong.x-y.net will also be recognized now. However, its special features are not supported yet.
  • Main window size is adjustable now.
  • Remembers listbox text sizes now.
  • Some previous versions (3.x, 4.x, most probably) allowed the user to add up to 500 games to the list, but Dapplegrey 5 now allows the user to add up to 1,000 games to the list.
Remember, Dapplegrey 5.x now requires an Intel-based Macintosh with at least Mac OS X 10.6 installed.
Version 4.2.9 | Release Date: 2014-09-28 | Download

Latest bugfixes found in the code for version 4.x.

Version 4.2.8 | Release Date: 2014-07-28 | Download

Remembers Disk drive settings now. Unfortunately, when you re-open the Disk Drive Settings window, previous versions opened this window set to the „No Drive“ setting, even when a drive has been set before.

Version 4.2.7 | Release Date: 2014-07-20 | Download

While working on the next major version, some minor issues has been found which are fixed now.

Version 4.2.6 | Release Date: 2014-07-06 | Download

A code line pointed to an outdated path to the internal Toolbox used in Dapplegrey has been fixed.

When the „DOSBox SVN“ version is attempted to run, it will be activated correctly now.

When deleting game entries, its mapperfile stored in the Configurations folder inside of the Application Support folder should also be deleted automaticaly now. This issue prevented the game entry to be removed finally.

For users of DOSBox MB5 and MB6, the SelectFolder dialog located within the IMGMakeGUI feature (available in the DOSBox Menu item) has been fixed.

Version 4.2.5 | Release Date: 2014-05-25 | Download

Attempt to run db-info.bat from within the DOSBox menu item now works as expected.

Version 4.2.4 | Release Date: 2014-03-02 | Download

Finds more *.ICO files than 4.2.3, but again,
this takes effect for the first time in Dapplegrey 5 later this year.
When adding games, the "Drive C:" Folder selection dialog now starts with the last selected folder by default, instead of the documents folder used before.
Also changed in the Add Games window, the default setting of browsing to a game by folder or by DOS application is now set to folder. This has been changed because of Mavericks which needs a while to display the content of a folder. Now, just browse to the folder and you’re done. After adding a game, set the DOS application you want to run the game with, by using the "Drive C:" settings dialog.

Version 4.2.3 | Release Date: 2014-02-16 | Download

Contains a number of bugfixes again. Along other minor fixes, editing the Path line in the AUTOEXEC window works again.

Version 4.2.2 | Release Date: 2014-01-12 | Download

Contains a number of bugfixes. For example, if you’ve mounted a volume named Ramdisk, its drive type (Floppy, Hard Disk Drive) will be remembered correctly now. Also, this update prepares the Games List to remember *.ICO files, which will be introduced in Dapplegrey 5 later this year.

Version 4.2.1 | Release Date: 2013-12-20 | Download

The CPU priority, whose GUI design has been changed recently, sends the values now correctly, forcing them in lowercase letters.

Version 4.2 | Release Date: 2013-12-18 | Download

All the "Smaller" and "Larger" symbols located left and right of the Listbox text sizes slider are working now.

Version 4.1 | Release Date: 2013-11-26 | Download

".img" hard disk files located in the Users folder should be send to DOSBox with the correct mounting path now. Means, a file path started with "~/" should be mounted correctly now.

The CPU Priority Chooser now uses Sliders, instead of Popup menus like before.

Version 4.0.3 | Release Date: 2013-11-16 | Download

When dragging a CD-ROM onto Dapplegrey, the option "Mount 'Your base drive C path'" is visible now.
Other fixes as well.
Goal is to provide best version of Dapplegrey for PowerPC machines recently (with Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5 installed) , before the next main version of Dapplegrey will be finished (which will be Mac OS X 10.6+ Intel only, due to Xojo, but no release date is given yet) .

Version 4.0.2 | Release Date: 2013-11-06 | Download

Path to internal Toolbox folder has been fixed.
When selecting "vesa_oldvbe" in VESA graphics mode, this setting will be remembered correctly now.
In the Scaler window, the text size selection of the scaler options listbox has been fixed.
In Network settings, the UpDownArrors will be activated as well, when an option is ticked.
In Network settings, when using DOSBox versions older than 0.72, DirectSerial is disabled correctly now. On the Mac, DOSBox 0.71 and older versions do not support DirectSerial.

Version 4.0.1 | Release Date: 2013-10-27 | Download

Adds missing "PC Speaker" setting to the Sound Toolbar.
When using Boxer 1.0 or newer version, some menu items located in the "DOSBox" menu of Dapplegrey are de-activated now, because they're not working with.

Version 4.0 | Release Date: 2013-10-21 | Download

Press Cmd-S to save a copy of your games list or Cmd-Option-O to restore it. On developer's Macintosh, sometimes the user's games list is empty on Dapplegrey's start, even if a number of entries existed before. When a copy of the games list exists, Dapplegrey tries to restore it automatically, when this happens again.
If you're running DOSBox 0.70 or a newer version, set up Windows 3.1 to run from inside Dapplegrey, by pressing the keyboard shortcut Cmd-Option-3. From there, run the Windows 3.1 Installation or run Windows itself, after it has been installed. This operates independent of the existing games listing, so if you want to install games from within Windows 3.1, run Windows 3.1 first from within this Dapplegrey window.
From games listing view, the only listing supporting booting up Windows 3.1 directly to run a game is the "Games Included" listing. Dapplegrey 4.0 adds some freeware and shareware Windows 3.1 games to this listing. Add a drive C: containing a Windows 3.1 installation to them and run the games by double-clicking the entry in the list.
New Toolbar item graphics sized wi(d)th 32×32 pixels to prepare Dapplegrey for import into Xojo for next major version, instead of RealStudio 2011r3 used for Dapplegrey 4 yet.
Memory Size and Loadfix sheet window now mention current selected game entry name, instead of "DOSBox" in common.
The option to specify a base Drive C: path has been moved from Preferences window to separate window, accessible in the File menu. To be extended in the future.
Last major version to support Mac OS X 10.4 PowerPC based machines.

Version 3.6 | Release Date: 2013-08-11 | Download

The (modified) DOSBox version included in the DOSBoxWrapper application, which can be found at www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=36293 will be recognized as DOSBox source now.

Some further optimizations has been done: When running plain DOSBox or game not listed in Dapplegrey, if machinetype is set to standard type (machine=svga_s3), it will not be sent to DOSBox. This will short the Terminal command line a bit, because its length is limited.

Version 3.5.1 | Release Date: 2013-08-04 | Download

DOSBox SVN versions created by Dominus and Emendelson will be recognized correctly, if choosen though the Preferences Dialog of Dapplegrey.

Version 3.5 | Release Date: 2013-06-09 | Download

The Drives section allows to mount multiple CD-ROM images per drive letter again. This is now managed by using a listbox with checkboxes in the list of files, where you just tick the images you want to get mounted in DOSBox. DOSBox supports up to 5 CD images per drive-letter. The re-written Drives window also lists floppy images in a listbox with checkboxes. Remember, multiple floppy images are currently only supported in current SVN versions, not in the plain 0.74 or 0.74-1 version of DOSBox. This is the main feature of release 3.5 of Dapplegrey.
Drag and Drop of images: The mount type (Floppy, CD-ROM, Hard Disk Drive) has been set automatically before. Some disk images may not be recognized correctly as floppy or hard disk drive, so you can select this mount type now manually.
Also when Dragging and Dropping files and folders onto Dapplegrey, the pathes to the files and folders will be shortened to "~/...", if it is located within the User's folder. The Tilde sign "~/" is the usual abbreviation for your users folder, so if you want to use a file stored within, you don't have to enter the full path to the file as "/Volumes/Macintosh HD/Users/Yourname/...", just start it with "~/" instead of.
In the Mixer section, the maximum offered loudness amount can be customized now.
When Dapplegrey's main window is minimized, and a Sheet window is attempted to be opened, the main window should be maximized now. This is required to display the Sheet window in request.
Dapplegrey now supports to mount your Finder's Ramdisk in DOSBox, in condition its name contains "Ram" and "Dis" (as abbreviation of "Disk") . If you've set more than one Ramdisk, only one of them will be used. Mounting the Ramdisk is supported in running a plain DOSBox as well as in game profiles. For game profiles, a menu item "Set Finder's Ramdisk" will be available in the 'Drives' toolbar item of Dapplegrey.
When running a plain DOSBox session, you can set a frameskip rate now.
The author of Dapplegrey managed to use Boxer as DOSBox source again. Since Boxer changed its internal behaviour in Version 1.0, Boxer no longer worked well in order to use it as DOSBox source as before. Looked for a way to still use it's recent versions, now the author of Dapplegrey detected there was a space char (" ") too much in source code, which prevents it from working. So, if you've also installed Boxer as DOSBox emulator on your system, you can use it as DOSBox source again, but there is a very important limitation, compared to pre-1.0 Boxer versions: Your Dapplegrey settings will not be send to Boxer, because Boxer doesn't eat them, and there is no chance to get this working.
This is the first time Dapplegrey's supporting SVN properties, introduced after the release of DOSBox 0.74.