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TapEx V1.5   [2020]

TapEx V1.5 Released by :

Release Date :
29 May 2020

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... SLC of Kvasigen, Nostalgia, Those Up Fucked Sceners
Graphics .... Stewart Wilson of Subchrist Software

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/199387/tapex_v15.zip (downloads: 171)

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User Comment
Submitted by SLC on 19 June 2020
This version is replaced by a newer version that can be found here: TapEx V1.55
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 12 June 2020
My report as false positive at BitDefender worked, now only some other tool reports this as trojan/malware.
User Comment
Submitted by SLC on 29 May 2020
If you open the tap from the application itself, it will extract it into the dir you opened the tap. It will always use the active working directory. If you just drag and drop it will not change the current working directory, and that is a wanted behavior on my end. However, I will consider making that part optional in later versions. If I changed this without giving options, I know I'd get complaints from the camp that wants it as it is too :-)
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 29 May 2020
I support the request made by Bacchus.
In the past I forked my own modified tapclean, not only to add loaders not identified by it, but as first priority was exactly to generate the prg extraction in the current directory where I was cleaning the .tap, I never understood what's the need to have the prg in the exe dir.
User Comment
Submitted by Bacchus on 29 May 2020
Super work Tom! Much appreciated.

My general remark still applies - when exporting to PRG (menu option) I would really like to get a requester to define export directory. It' not really preferable to have it exported to the TapEx home directory as is the result today.

But still - it's a massively great program.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 29 May 2020
Wonderful. Thank you.
User Comment
Submitted by SLC on 29 May 2020
Just to beat anyone to it... no, this file does not contain any kind of malware even if bitdefender and some other tools may insist that it does. :)
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