- Version 5.4.10 | Release Date: 2016-02-07 | Download
When editing the sound sample rate, the values 22050 and 44100 will be set correctly now.
- Version 5.4.9 | Release Date: 2015-12-25 | Download
Because it is not working, the menu item "Kill DOSBox" has been rmvd.
This version still runs on an Intel based Macintosh with minimum Mac OS X 10.6 installed.
- Version 5.4.8 | Release Date: 2015-11-15 | Download
When about to set a Drive D: Hard Disk Drive, the Indication Window no longer will display an empty message in case a CD Drive D: is already set.
- Version 5.4.7 | Release Date: 2015-11-08 | Download
"Bring DOSBox to front" located in the Dapplegrey-internal Console Window is working again.
- Version 5.4.6 | Release Date: 2015-11-01 | Download
When opening the Drives section, no longer an empty indication window will be opened.
- Version 5.4.5 | Release Date: 2015-10-04 | Download
DOSBox SVN version checking has been revisited.
Adds latest addition to DOSBox SVN, oplmode=opl3gold, see http://www.emucr.com/2015/09/dosbox-svn-r3936.html?m=1 for details. Get the newest DOSBox SVN version for Mac listed in the signature of VOGONs forum member Dominus at http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=31795
- Version 5.4.4 | Release Date: 2015-10-03 | Download
When using Dapplegrey´s Windows 3.1 managing window, the path to the Windows 3.1 sources no longer will be display two "/Volumes" parts in the path text field.
When closing the Preferences window, the preferences will be saved immediately. Previously, the preferences has been saved only when the user told Dapplegrey to quit.
- Version 5.4.3 | Release Date: 2015-08-30 | Download
In some circumstances, Dapplegrey still losts the Games List content. When a copy of the Games List is available, the Games List will be restored immediately, which results in the message „The Games List has been restored“, when Dapplegrey starts. Until now, it was up to the user to save a copy of the Games List. Yet, if Dapplegrey starts and it does not find a copy of the games list, it will be saved automatically now (assumed the games list is still intact, though).
Remembers custom drive C: setting within the Toolbox Games now.