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ID Category [?] Severity [?] Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
07032 Graphics Minor Always Jun 26, 2018, 18:38 Jun 26, 2018, 23:09
Tester Mamesick View Status Public Platform MAME (Self-compiled)
Assigned To hap Resolution Fixed OS Windows Vista/7/8 (64-bit)
Status [?] Resolved Driver ddragon.cpp
Version 0.198 Fixed in Version 0.199 Build 64-bit
Summary 07032: ddragon, ddragon2 and all clones: Sprites are cut too early on the right edge of the screen
Description Look at the uploaded video, sprites disappear too early on the right edge of the screen. Exactly it seems 8-16 pixels.
Steps To Reproduce Just watch the attract mode
Additional Information This bug is based on current self-compiled GIT. Since a new release is already scheduled, I thought it was useful post it now.
Regression is very likely this commit:
https://github.com/mamedev/mame/commit/d6a53357a56f1e2d1249b9e29e0ff117967b0a8b#diff-a37d0ebef312b173c5115ae873c9a20a
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Regression Version 0.199GIT
Affected Sets / Systems ddragon, ddragon2 and all clones
Attached Files
zip file icon ddragonb_1.zip (1,277,909 bytes) Jun 26, 2018, 18:38 Uploaded by Mamesick
Video of attract mode that shows the bug
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No.15222
Mamesick
Senior Tester
Jun 26, 2018, 18:43
Note that it's fine in 0.198 but the "Version" field is required to post a bug so I had to use the 0.198 value. I haven't anymore a GITHUB account so I wasn't able to post the issue there.
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No.15223
Tafoid
Administrator
Jun 26, 2018, 23:09
Thanks for the report. Thanks to your heads-up, we got this covered before release happening very soon.
Strictly speaking, a better place for WIP bugs like this would be an external forum. Even mamedev.org, mameworld.info, bannister.org or a number of other Dev frequented forums or even IRC could be used.. A GIT account is the preferred way to comment on a bug and note a regression, however.

MAMETESTERS, as designed, can only log version to version regressions and fixes.