[Blindapple] Announcing Simple Accessible GUI 0.1

Blake Roberts beroberts at hughes.net
Sun Jul 30 15:23:17 EDT 2017

I experience difficulty running Sag on my Windows 10 computer. I selected a
disk using the "select disk in drive 1" in the file menu. When I specify
path to mess.exe after choosing "Run emulator", nothing happens. Do I need
to change the mess.ini file to be compatible with Sag?

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Tony Baechler
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Subject: [Blindapple] Announcing Simple Accessible GUI 0.1

See attached. What you have is called SAG, or Simple Accessible / Apple GUI.

It requires either MAME or MESS to be installed and working. It's up to the 
user to make sure the ROMs are present. There is currently no help file, but

it should be obvious. I tried to make it as bulletproof as possible, but it 
needs lots of testing, especially on Windows other than XP. If you try to 
run the emulator without setting up the INI file or selecting a disk for 
drive 1, you're told about this and given the chance to do the setup. I 
tested it several times and it worked fine for me. The only serious bug is 
it doesn't delete the temporary batch file when it's done. If you find other

bugs, please let me know. To install, just unzip anywhere, like d:\sag. Run 
sag.exe from Windows Explorer or create a desktop shortcut. Have fun!

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