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#1 September 6, 2013 8:19am

Overthink
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CCS64 vs. VICE?

Does anyone use CCS64?  I used to love it, around 10 years ago.  Now I've found myself using VICE.

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#2 September 6, 2013 8:51am

Moloch
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Re: CCS64 vs. VICE?

I almost exclusively use WinVICE because of proper emulation and the interface. The VICE Team really puts out a great product and major updates every year and a half is a good record.

CCS64 is used for testing purposes

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#3 September 6, 2013 12:39pm

aNdy
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From: Pontypwl, Cymru
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Re: CCS64 vs. VICE?

When I first 'discovered' emulation,  I always used CCS64, particularly because of the Per Håkan Sundell name attached to it; I used his Amiga based emulation demos of C64 stuff.

Then I wised up and switched to VICE!  CCS64 wasn't 'windowed' then when VICE was and I found this one feature the most useful.

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#4 September 6, 2013 2:28pm

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Re: CCS64 vs. VICE?

I'm pretty sure I bought CCS64 some time in the distant past. Haven't used it in years though. VICE does everything I can think of.

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#5 September 16, 2013 11:05pm

redback
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Re: CCS64 vs. VICE?

PC64, C64S, Frodo etc
In the past I always used CCS64 (v2 BETA) till Per Håkan Sundell stopped supporting it then I switched to VICE.

Nothing can compare to the quickness of draging of a file on to the VICE window for an auto-mount/load.

I've never tried Hoxs64 thought.

These days with a C64+1084S-P+Ultimate 1541-II setup I'm using the real thing more for firing up demos and developement ideas

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