tricky wrote:For moving things between single disk and double disk images, I use beebem.
For this, load the .dsd, it will be in drives 0 and 2 (the two sides of the first drive).
Use the menu to make a new .ssd in disk 1, *OPT 4 3, *COPY 0 1 *.*, eject the disc and repeat copying 2 1 for the second side.
No need to *OPT the second disc, beebem creates a formatted image, so no need to format either.
I've also done the same in reverse to create double sided images.
That's handy, thanks.
However, I'm not sure whether you can then use Omniflop to write both sides of a DS disk as two separate SSDs? I think not, because it doesn't have a way of specifying which side you're writing to.
I might try writing a DSD again with Omniflop, because despite making some very odd noises and not displaying any progress bar, it did actually seem to partially work - maybe I should have given it more time.