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08 January 2013 - 11:38 PMThanks for the recommendation to use GoogleDocs. I've been testing it, although I don't think it'll be suitable for the function I was aiming for. Anyway, I'll keep working on it, maybe even trying something else.
I don't know exactly what you're trying to do but if your problem is "people messing with the formulas" you can always put them on a separate locked sheet.
Here is an interactive spreadsheet I created for an online game I was playing: http://goo.gl/mf9cG it uses a combination of function to parse the shareable links of a raid.
08 January 2013 - 08:39 PMPerhaps Google Docs has the functionality you require? It's web-based and I've heard it's good for collaborative projects.
^^ This! I've used google docs for collaborative projects and it works flawless, you can even lock sheets but unfortunatelly you can't do the same for specific rows or collums last time I checked.
08 January 2013 - 08:36 PMI heard Genesis Plus GX (Wii) is one of the most accurate if not the most accurate genesis emulator, why it wasn't ported back to Pc/windows yet? I don't know any other emulator with support for the XE-1AP (Analog controller) and the Activator.
ps. And I really like the Gui even though it's optimised to point and click/touch windows 8 anyone?
17 December 2012 - 07:02 PMhttp://www.satakore....2=0&type=G&mc=0
It's a third party accessory though.
I only checked Sega Retros wiki maybe I missed it.
03 December 2012 - 07:24 PM
Noob question: And how does the hardware acts correctly if it doesn't have the function preprogrammed or a database of games?
The cartridge is hardware too. A dump only contains the data on the cart's ROM chip, not the rest of the functionality of the cart. The console uses the pins on the cartridge to send and receive data. If you only have the data on the cartridge itself, you have no way of knowing what other things the cart can do besides give you data back. For example, Virtua Racing had a separate processor right inside the cart that would need to be emulated. But you can't tell from just the ROM data that the cart had that functionality. (Unless the ROM header specifies it, and as mentioned above, that information isn't always correct.)
Thanks, makes perfect sense.
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