A: The batch file interpreter built in Windows 95,
Windows 98 and Windows Me will produce an error when parsing the
"print.bat" file generated by the Amiga side of Amiga
Forever, which uses a LF character (Amiga standard) as a line
terminator instead of a CR+LF pair (Windows standard). This works
fine on Windows NT 4.0 and later versions of Windows, including
Windows 11, but fails on Windows 95,
Windows 98 and Windows Me.
To correct the problem right-click on "print.bat"
from the Windows side and select Edit. Depending on the editor
being used, the two LF characters may appear as black rectangular
characters, in which case please use the Delete or Backspace keys
to remove them.
Press Enter before the "del" keyword and at the very
end of the file.
The resulting file should look like:
copy /b C:\AmigaSpool\CMD_file.* LPT1:
This issue only affects Amiga Forever 4.0. Amiga Forever 2010 and higher
includes native printing support.