[Coco] Mocha Enhancements

Jim Cox jimcox at miba51.com
Sat Apr 22 01:55:55 EDT 2006


As someone who is new to CoCo emulators, I'm interested.


On Thu, 20 Apr 2006 22:59:25 -0500
  Brad Grier <bradgrier at cox.net> wrote:
> I'm not exactly sure if anyone's interested but I've 
>added a couple significant enhancements to the Mocha 
>Color Computer 2 applet.
> You can now save multiple snapshots and later reload 
>them from the snapshot tab. If you run the signed applet, 
>you can save these to disk. Good for when you're stuck on 
>the "pie" level in Donkey King.
> There's also an "advanced" tab that allows you to tailor 
>the speed of the emulation (you can even turn off all 
>throttling to see just how fast a Java emulation can 
> Lastly, there's automated support for "Napkin" and 
>"Substance" look and feels. Get those jars from their 
>respective web sites and drop them into the jre/lib/ext 
>folder (usually in "c:\program files\java\jre..."). The 
>next time you run Mocha, those options will appear in the 
>look and feel list box on the config screen. Substance is 
>kind of like Mac OS X and Napkin is hilarious - 
>everything looks like it was hastily drawn on a Napkin. 
>Java 5 is required for this particular feature. Check it 
> Napkin Look and Feel
> http://napkinlaf.sourceforge.net/
> Substance Look and Feel
> https://substance.dev.java.net/
> Mocha - The Color Computer 2 Applet
> http://members.cox.net/javacoco/
> Brad
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