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Lufia: The Ruins of Lore Intro text not rendered properly #899

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Krusher97 opened this issue Oct 6, 2017 · 5 comments
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Lufia: The Ruins of Lore Intro text not rendered properly #899

Krusher97 opened this issue Oct 6, 2017 · 5 comments
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@Krusher97
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test
https://youtu.be/AvBapnXVv9k?t=8s

The gif is how it looks in the latest development build.
The video is how its supposed to look.

@waddlesplash waddlesplash added platform:GB/GBC Game Boy/Game Boy Color-related issues platform:GBA Game Boy Advance-related issues and removed platform:GB/GBC Game Boy/Game Boy Color-related issues labels Oct 8, 2017
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endrift commented Oct 11, 2017

Seems to be the same root cause as #142, namely using DMA from invalid memory to read out zeroes.

@endrift endrift added this to the mGBA 0.6.2 milestone Oct 11, 2017
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Should this be closed now? The latest revision (Revision 4873-66ce106) still has the bug.

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endrift commented Oct 11, 2017

It was definitely fixed locally. I’ll investigate later today.

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The commit where it says the bug was fixed:
0225803

It seems to change nothing but the changelog. Is that the reason?

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endrift commented Oct 11, 2017

Good catch. Fixed now.

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