Busy Bee in EmuTos

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Re: Busy Bee in EmuTos

Post by Cosmic Puppet » Thu Nov 28, 2019 11:27 pm

Thanks @czietz ! Excellent. Works. Now I can try out the others. The coffee mug loading icon made me laugh. :lol:

I really appreciate this. :thanksblue:
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Re: Busy Bee in EmuTos

Post by BlankVector » Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:24 pm

Cyprian wrote:
Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:46 pm
copy files emucurs1.def / emucurs1.rsc to C:\ and rename them to emucurs.def / emucurs.rsc
Note that DEF files are useless for EmuTOS itself. They are only used by resource editors to display object names. Just ensure that you have a file C:\EMUCURS.RSC (or A: if you booted from floppy) then everything will work nicely.
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Re: Busy Bee in EmuTos

Post by Cyprian » Fri Nov 29, 2019 1:58 pm

BlankVector wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:24 pm
Cyprian wrote:
Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:46 pm
copy files emucurs1.def / emucurs1.rsc to C:\ and rename them to emucurs.def / emucurs.rsc
Note that DEF files are useless for EmuTOS itself. They are only used by resource editors to display object names. Just ensure that you have a file C:\EMUCURS.RSC (or A: if you booted from floppy) then everything will work nicely.
thanks for clarification,
would be cool to modify EmuTOS readme.txt because it contains following part:
To use a replacement set, move or rename the existing emuicon.rsc &
emuicon.def files in the root directory, then copy the files containing
the desired icons to the root, and rename them to emuicon.rsc/emuicon.def.
(2) a sample mouse cursor set in a resource (emucurs.rsc/emucurs.def). This
set is the same as the builtin ones, but you can use it as a basis to
create your own mouse cursors.
To use a replacement set, copy the files containing the desired mouse
cursors to the root, and rename them to emucurs.rsc/emucurs.def.
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