The latest update to DirMaster, v3.1.4, has been released. There are no new features in this release, only bug fixes.

Issues reported by users that were resolved in v3.1.4:

  • On a d81, we cannot navigate into a subdirectory created inside a subdirectory [0193] (scott.hutter)
  • A large (32 blocks) GEOS VLIR file that cannot be copied between disks [0188] (user provided test file, thank you! birt_j)
  • When exiting DirMaster, saving all modified disk images by clicking “Yes to all” fails silently [0183] (stephan-andres)
  • Exported .cvt files don’t conform with .cvt format’s magic string [0184] (wweicht)
  • Certain small GEOS files are not exportable or copy-able between disks [0187] (user provided test files, thank you! wweicht)

Other issues resolved in v3.1.4:

  • High CPU usage when BAM view is open [0198]
  • Editing a GEOS date stamp in File Properties has no effect [0192]
  • File Property modified indicator (bold text) isn’t reset when selecting a new file [0195]
  • File Properties GEOS description field ‘help text’ is not updated when selecting a different file [0197]
  • Application crash when no file is selected and certain GEOS properties are changed in File Properties dialog [0194]
  • GEOS file properties date reports a day and month 1 step larger than actual GEOS [0191]
  • cvt files use the global fill byte setting to pad records, but shouldn’t [0189]
  • GEOS description field in file properties dialog sometimes displays garbage [0190]

DirMaster is a Windows-based GUI application designed to help Commodore enthusiasts explore and manage their disk image collections.

DirMaster supports common (and uncommon) emulator disk image formats (such as .d64, .d81, .d2m, etc), almost every native Commodore archival format (such as .arc, .sda, .lnx, etc), and many native graphic formats (such as koala, doodle, amica, etc).

DirMaster was designed to give users a perfect blend of familiar appearance (e.g. natural looking disk image contents using the PETSCII character set) and modern GUI functionality (e.g. drag and drop, opening multiple disk images at once).

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