ReMapp Keyboard and Joystick

Mapper (Redirected from KeyMapper) Remapping the keyboard and joystick  When you start the mapper (either with CTRL-F1 or -startmapper as a commandline argument to the DOSBox executable) you are presented with a virtual keyboard and a virtual joystick. These virtual devices correspond to the keys and events DOSBox will report to the DOS applications. If you…

Define Keyboards Languages

KEYB Introduction Keyb is used to change the layout of the keyboard used for different countries. Syntax Configures a keyboard for a specific language. KEYB [keyboard layout code/id] For example the following will set your keyboard layout to a Swedish keyboard: KEYB sv The keyboard layout can also be set in dosbox.conf (see Configuration:DOS), so it can also…

Share the iPhone screen to Mac

Both iOS 8 and Yosemite brought new features. Unnoticed by may is the ability to record the screen of your iPhone or iPad on your Mac. Doing that is actually quite simple. Just follow the steps outlined below:  First, use a lightning cable to connect your iOS device with your Mac Once you are connected,…

Mount CD, Floppy or Directories in Power DOS

MOUNT.COM is a command inside DOSBox that can connect physical folders and drives to virtual drives inside Power DOS. Note that the mounted drive does not automatically refresh files that are changed outside of Power DOS. You can refresh these files on all mounted drives by activating the Swap Image event (Hot key: Ctrl F4) to have access…

Connect Air Web with AppleTV

Connecting Air Web with AppleTV is actually quite simple and just a few steps. Just follow the directions outlined below. Tap on the Air Web icon to start the App From the bottom of the screen, swipe up, then tap on AirPlay. Select AppleTV, then Mirroring From the top of the screen, swipe down.  …