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    Default Help with STEEM Atari ST

    You folks have always been so helpful, and you all seem to have the right answers. Hopefully another trip to the well will prove fruitful.
    I am starting to mess around with STEEM for the Atari ST games. I can get the games to load if they are single file games.
    However if they have multiple disks, I am having trouble.
    I click on the Disk Manager, and then find the asked for disk, and click on it. But that does not seem to work.
    How do you load in a second, (or even third and higher disk)
    I want to play Ancient Art of War in the Skies for instance, but it requires eight disks. How do I get them loaded.
    Is it possible to have multiple disks in the interface, so you can swap one to another.
    Also how do you program controllers. I have it so the mouse mouse works, but then the keyboard doesn't. If I get the keyboard to work, sometimes the game pad doesn;t.
    Is there a way to use MOUSE, Keyboard, and Gamepad... all at once.
    Thank you folks again for the all the wonderful help, and patience, you have given this newbie.

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    Default Re: Help with STEEM Atari ST

    Try RetroArch with that core:
    https://docs.libretro.com/library/hatari/

    Hatari is an Atari ST/STE/TT/Falcon system emulator that can be used as a libretro core. Hatari tries to emulate the hardware as close as possible so that it is able to run most of the old Atari games and demos.
    You can also use Hatari without RetroArch.

    https://hatari.tuxfamily.org/

    But im recomend to use RetroArch with various cores.
    Last edited by pix07; December 21st, 2019 at 05:44.
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