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Also is the error dependent on specific calculator hardwares? On the TI-84+, for example, Omnicalc's restore RAM function will not work on any 84+ hardware manufactured past April 2007.
Anyway, I am running Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest as I write this . Thanks a lot and great job
Oh it saved in the root directory? I guess it's better to save in the documents folder, plus it makes it easier for people to delete savestates and config (if they want to reset games/emulator setups, that is).
Does the dot hide the folder? I never used Linux before.
I was playing some of this today, and it's nice! Also, it did open and run the smc file just fine. I made a few issues on the github repo, it'd be nice if you checked them out.
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