[Coco] Take 2 (Was: Full GUI DriveWire 4 beta)
gheskett at wdtv.com
Tue Dec 28 11:45:26 EST 2010
On Tuesday, December 28, 2010 11:25:21 am Aaron Wolfe did opine:
> I've removed the previous win32 "dw4-GO" edition and replaced it with
> a much improved version.
> This incorporates a few issues that people found with the last attempt
> and adds easier disk management controls. No more "Disk" menu,
> everything previously found there can be done with more intuitive
> controls on the main screen. I am really starting to like how this
> interface is working, hope others do too :) Note that several items
> in the new "Tools" menu do not yet do anything, that is normal for
> Barring any show stopper bugs, I'll build packages for
> win/lin/mac/32/64 in the next couple days. Thanks for all the
> feedback and hope to get more.
Probably silly Q here Aaron. Does this work with the dw3 drivers &
descriptors in the nitros9 repo?, or will we need new stuff there too?
> On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 4:02 AM, Aaron Wolfe <aawolfe at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi CoCoNuts,
> > I've got a new version of DW4 ready. �The goal of this version is that
> > everything can be done via the GUI from initial configuration to
> > regular operation and even some fairly exotic configurations.
> > If you've got a 32 bit Windows machine and could take the time to give
> > it a whirl, I'd really appreciate bug reports. �I'll package things up
> > for additional platforms soon, but wanted to try and slay any show
> > stopping bugs before going through that process.
> > The software is here:
> > https://sites.google.com/site/drivewire4/beta/dw4beta-3.9.83_win32.zip
> > Unzip, double click "GO.cmd", and cross your fingers :) �A friendly
> > GUI wizard should pop up and walk you through a few initial
> > configuration items, then the software should be ready to use. �That's
> > the theory at least... �bug reports, feedback and suggestions are
> > welcome.
> > -Aaron
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