Dapplegrey gives you the ability to configure DOSBox without having to use the Terminal or edit the configuration file manually. The configuration file, which will be sent to DOSBox, will be written just before Dapplegrey tells DOSBox to start.
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One thing that I like about Dapplegrey over Boxer, is that Dapplegrey allows me to easily tune the DOSBox session.
As yet, I've not found an easy way to do that with Boxer.
Boxer is an attractive and easy way of launching the games, but as different games make different requirements demands of the processor, graphic cards and audio hardware Dapplegrey gives me the customisability that I need.
The problem with Boxer is that it hasn't been updated in half a year, is still tied to the old and much less nice Dosbox .72. I like the interface of Boxer better, but Dapplegrey is updated like every other week.
I really love this app, and have been using it for a while. The one thing I have to say I would like to see you package it in a dmg rather than a zip as its easyer to deal with on my windows boxx (witch is where I sometimes download the newest verison from), Other than that love the app, wish you made a Windows/Linux version of the app! :)
the previous version worked fine, but in this version when i try to launch a game I get an error:
"Dapplegrey have to quit because of an NilObjectExceptionErr (Object not found). Please tell the following line to the author: Subprogram: 'app.WriteConfChr'"
Nice Dosbox GUI. The interface is a bit messy but it really gets the job done. Dapplegrey also has the simple merit of being in active development. Most of the other GUIs don't see a lot of updates these days.