One of the things about the original Parceiro setup that was baffling me was how it displays results in the CLI or Shell when performing a LIST command.
Normally, we like to see something like this:
But what the Parceiro does looks like this:
I went through every single config file I could think of, line by line, trying to determine where that was coming from. While interesting data, it's way overkill on the native resolution of an A1K, forcing each result to wrap to two lines.
For me, it made reading and scanning directories a real PITA.
Finally I threw in the towel and asked David Dunklee about it, and if he knew where I could adjust that output.
Come to find out, it is in fact the FAT95 driver that gets installed in the beginning which creates that expanded directory output. And, it so happens David had already found a fix with an updated FAT95 driver, which he sent me.
For FAT95, I recompiled making the default to “off” versus “on”; I also updated the English to German translations correcting for grammar/formatting. Other than that, it’s the same FAT95 as in the source code.
If you own a Parceiro and want your directory listings to go back to what you're used to in nice little tidy 1-line columns, you can download the updated driver here
Remember, you will need to copy it on top of the file on your SD card and also the boot floppy disk
in the L folder.