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FileMenu Tools 7.6 Patch



In the recent iOS and macOS versions, the kernelcache files are compressed. Although there are tools available which can decompress them, it's one more thing to remember. Now IDA handles the standard compressed formats transparently so you can simply load them as standard Mach-O files. Since IDA can also handle ZIP files, you can open them directly from the IPSW updates!




FileMenu Tools 7.6 Patch


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Games will be automatically DLDI-patched, but to get file access working, you must activate the slot-2 CompactFlash add-on and specify either a directory to read from or a FAT image (see DLDI below). On Windows, click Emulation -> GBA slot, choose "MPCF Flash Card Device", and then specify a path or an image. The --cflash-image and --cflash-path command-line options are also available. Be warned that directories containing many files can take a long time to load.


The Dynamically Linked Driver Interface, commonly known as DLDI, is a driver framework that allows NDS and GBA homebrew to easily read and write to any number of different devices, just by substituting a driver file. The MPCF driver (GBA MoviePlayer CF-version) is the only one that is supported, so you may need to install it into your application before using it in DeSmuME, though as of r3665 the patching should be automatic. You will find that a directory or fat image must be mounted via the commandline or UI for the "gbaslot" configuration. Right now, our codebase really only has libfat support for SLOT-2 devices and CF devices so more thorough support for other DLDI drivers is unlikely at this time.


We really don't want to put any smarts into the DeSmuME avi dumper, preferring to do it with avisynth instead. It is a slippery slope, as there are about 50 things that people want avi dumpers to do and theyre better off learning how to do it outside the emu with other tools. To that end, if you have any particular needs regarding this do not hesitate to post in our forum and maybe we'll help you make a new avisynth script.


Patches may be submitted to our patches tracker on SourceForge. Any patches submitted will be subject to a code review by our developer team, where we will then determine if the patch should be included in the codebase or not.


libFAT has been working for quite some time, via MPCF DLDI as mentioned earlier in the faq.libnds argv is supported. This enables nitroFS to use libFAT to mount the nds rom, but it expects the rom to exist within the filesystem at fat:/rom.nds; if you supply a compactflash root directory equal to /path/to/ where your rom is at /path/to/rom.nds, (and of course ensure that the MPCF patch is operational), nitroFS will be able to initialize. Alternatively, use gbaslot-rom=path/to/rom.nds which will also support nitroFS via its gba-mounting mode.


Because making portable tools and platform harnesses are not our cup of tea and so a developer puts a feature into whichever ports he cares about. This policy is never going to change, although some features might migrate to other platforms over time. Better check the manual.


Ink reduction is performed for each channel, so look at the patches for each color individually. Examine each color channel contained in the linearization target in the top left of the generalTest target. If any visible overinking artifacts are present, such as undried ink, bleeding, substrate warping, etc., an ink reduction should be applied to that specific channel.


Be aware of the amount of drying time needed before the patches can be handled in this step because this may indicate that further ink limiting is required. This is an individual preference and is determined by what drying time would be acceptable in a production environment.


IMPORTANT NOTE: Wasatch noticed improved results when the Total Ink Limit was applied within the profiling software rather than within SoftRIP. After determining the Total Ink Limit using the method described above it is recommended to use this value when generating the patches in the profiling software. Not in SoftRIP. The total ink limit will be handled by the ICC profile, which allows a smoother transition from all colors to black than using the control in SoftRIP.


If the media requires a Total Ink Limit to be set in SoftRIP to limit excessive bleeding then please do so now. During Step 8 when generating the ICC patches please reset the Total Ink Limit control in SoftRIP back to the maximum value and then set the limit using the ICC software controls. Please refer to the profiling software documentation for how to set a Total Ink Limit when generating patches.


Select the densitometry hardware from the Densitometers menu. Device-specific instructions for reading the linearization patches will be displayed. After following the on-screen instructions and reading the test patterns/strips, click OK to exit.


Clicking Original will display the density measurements for each patch on the linearization target. By reviewing these values, overinking issues that may not be visible to the naked eye on the print can be found. For each color, the highest measured density should be displayed at the top of the column with each value below showing a lower measured density. If a higher measured density is displayed below a lower measured density, as shown below for the Cyan channel, this indicates that too much ink is being printed for that color channel, even if the scanned print had no visual overinking artifacts.


Open the Calibration Curves window. Use the Options menu to select the same linearization type used in the original linearization. Select the hardware from the Densitometers menu again and follow the steps to read the linearization patches from this newly printed target.


The profiling software being used will provide a standard set of patches that will need to be printed through SoftRIP and read with the spectrophotometer. Use the controls available in this software to generate a target with the appropriate Total Ink Limit as determined in Step 4 above. If a Total Ink Limit was temporarily set in SoftRIP during Step 4 please reset the control back to the maximum value now.


Open the file generated by the profiling software in SoftRIP. Now, with the newly created linearized Imaging Configuration applied, RIP and print the file. Allow the patches to dry (if necessary) and scan the patches into the profiling software. Save the generated ICC or ICM file to a location easily browsed to for importing into SoftRIP, such as the Windows Desktop.


After printing the generalTest target for the linearization check that is done during the validation in Step 7, scan the linearization target to verify that it is linear and examine the row of composite black patches (running from 25% to 400%) located in the top right corner for any overinking artifacts.


Use the value of the patch with the most ink that doesn't bleed to set the Total Ink Limit when generating the first target from the ICC profiling software. After the ICC profiling target file has been generated with the Total Ink Limit used from the step above, print this file and examine it for any overinking issues. If none exist, proceed to scan this target, generate an output ICC profile, and import into SoftRIP as outlined in Step 8.


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