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Post subject: DBGL v0.71  PostPosted: Dec 15, 2010 - 09:39 PM
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Das DOSBox Frontend DBGL wurde aktualisiert.


DBGL is a Java front-end for DOSBox.

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Changelog

v0.71 (12/13/2010)

* Implemented MobyGames image querying (requested by many).
* Auto filter creation when using multi-select; the newly created filter will store the currently selected profiles.
* Fixed a crash-bug when ´switching´ or ´setting´ a DOSBox version when multi-editing profiles with mixed DOSBox associations (Ken).
* Fixed ´machine´ setting when multi-editing profiles with mixed DOSBox associations (prevents "machine=" in .conf).
* Fixed dbgl shell script for OpenSuse systems (Armin).
* Fixed some minor memory leaks.


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