Macintosh Front-end application to configure DOSBox settings for each DOS based game separately.
Version: 8.2.6Macintosh (Intel only) Front-end application to configure DOSBox settings for each DOS based game separately and to run these games directly from within the Front-end with using DOSBox.
Operating System: Mac OS X
As sources of DOSBox are supported the plain DOSBox (which is available from dosbox.com itself), as well as the DOSBox binary file included in the Macintosh version of DBGL, which is another DOSBox front-end. Plus, it supports a variety of other DOSBox ports made for Macintosh, including SVN versions made between main versions, also supporting their special features.
Supports DOSBox versions 0.65 up to 0.74-3.
Version 8.2.6: Recognizes correctly the High Sierra version of DOSBox-X 0.84.0, and comes with an updated COWSHED.EXE, version 1.1
Version 8.2.5: When running another game from the File menu, DOSBox should no longer try to mount some "/Volumes/Volumes/..." pathes.
Version 8.2.4: In the Mixer section, Gravis Ultrasound (GUS) is now working.
Version 8.2.3: The High Sierra port of DOSBox-X, version 83.24 , will be recognized correctly now.
Version 8.2.2: Wen the included DOS application COWSHED.EXE has been updated, Dapplegrey will ask to replace the older one located in Application Support. If calling Game Info from the Games menu item, the window will be cleaned up before.
Version 8.2.1: The High Sierra port of DOSBox-X version 83.23 will be recognized correctly now.
Version 8.2: After Pentium II, DOSBox-X adds support for CPU type Pentium III now as well.
Version 8.1: Saving a copy of the Games list should work again. DOSBox Staging set as source will be automatically recognized again. Recent DOSBox-X High Sierra versions will be recognized correctly now. CPU type Pentium II and PCjr Composite machine modes recently added to DOSBox-X are included now.
Version 8.0.6: Version 83.19 of DOSBox-X, High Sierra port, will be recognized correctly now. If an area of Dapplegrey is active, that doesn't act with DOS games and apps, the Toolbar buttons Keyboard and Mixer are de-activated as well.
Version 8.0.5: When adding games to the list, a possible crash has been fixed. In the Hard disk drive C: panel, when executable files are listed in the Popup menu, this is no longer commented with "No Executable files has been found". Other minor refinements has been done.