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|ID||Category [?]||Severity [?]||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|08778||Graphics||Minor||Always||Oct 8, 2023, 03:26||Oct 12, 2023, 12:22|
|Tester||VasiliyFamiliya||View Status||Public||Platform||MAME (Official Binary)|
|Assigned To||Resolution||Open||OS||Windows 10/11 (64-bit)|
|Status [?]||Direction Needed||Driver|
|Version||0.259||Fixed in Version||Build||64-bit|
|Fixed in Git Commit||Github Pull Request #|
|Summary||08778: dcjp [Langrisser Millennium]: Is it really bug or not?|
|Description||Surprisingly, MAME Dreamcast driver has a common bug with Flycast - priority conflict between borders of menu window and leftest or rightest character in the line. Below you can find a few screenshots, taken with 2 different emulators.|
|Steps To Reproduce||In the case of Flycast, it's enough to just load the game, but MAME still hasn't VMU emulation, so only thing you can do is to skip all beginning cutscenes.|
Flycast uses per-pixel sorting and native depth interpolation. For some reason, even full framebuffer emulation can't fix this bug.
In MAME, the chosen bios is v1.004, screen connection type is S-Video, bilinear filtering is enabled.
Here is the reference video:
|Affected Sets / Systems||dcjp [Langrisser Millennium]|
mame0.png (219,340 bytes) Oct 8, 2023, 03:28 Uploaded by VasiliyFamiliya
mame1.png (229,778 bytes) Oct 8, 2023, 03:28 Uploaded by VasiliyFamiliya
flycast0.png (667,957 bytes) Oct 8, 2023, 03:29 Uploaded by VasiliyFamiliya
flycast1.png (817,631 bytes) Oct 8, 2023, 03:29 Uploaded by VasiliyFamiliya
flycast2.png (825,105 bytes) Oct 8, 2023, 03:30 Uploaded by VasiliyFamiliya
|There are no relationship linked to this issue.|
Oct 10, 2023, 08:27
|Can you make your report decent?|
Oct 11, 2023, 13:21
There seems to be issues with this report.
1. You can only compare with real hardware. Comparisons with other emulators is not valid because they might be wrong too.
2. "Langrisser Millennium" is not in the software list.
3. The system "dcjp" is listed as NOT WORKING.
Or have I missed something?