Posted 15 October 2002 - 10:56 PM
Hmm, the problem needs to be described a bit more.
Does moslo just crash, or it won't do anything?
Is the game that you're trying to run moslo with the original dos edition or the collectors edition? If it's the collectors edition, then your problem lies elsewhere, as moslo was designed for dos games not win32 programs. (edit: Oh, right, using the fodder patch eh? Then this isn't a job of moslo.)
Is it just that the speed settings won't stay after they've been set?
If it's for the dos edition, the non commercial version of moslo doesn't work too good with batch-files.
What you can do is run moslo with another instance of your command prompt shell. I.e. moslo cmd /x or moslo command /x , where x is your desired speed setting. If you don't know what your shell is called, open up the properties for your shortcut to the command prompt in your start bar.
Alternately, with a text editor like MS-Edit or notepad, open the ufo.bat or runxcom.bat batch file and insert moslo and the speed you want before each and every instance of geoscape.exe and tactical.exe.
Don't forget, you can set the speed while the game's running. Refer to the documentation for the key sequence.
NKF - finally built a gaming PC in 2020 (though not any of that RGB nonsense). Can now play games up to '89!