Boxer is a straight-up emulator designed especially for the Mac, which makes it possible to run DOS games without having to do any configuring, installing extra software, or messing around in the Mac Terminal app. With Boxer, you can drag and drop CD-ROMs (or disk images) from the DOS games you'd like to play. Men’s boxers are built for comfort thanks to their longer length (at least compared to briefs) and their roomier fit. Still, there are actually a lot of variations of men’s boxers. You can expect to see everything from full cut to tapered boxers. Knit cotton styles are breathable and perfect for everyday wear.
Boxer For Mac
Boxer was updated quite some time ago, but I’m just now getting around to blogging about it. It now rests at version 1.2.2. Some substantial changes in this build, most notably the ability to paste text into the DOS Prompt to execute DOS commands. You can get this new version of Boxer from the Box File Widget or from their homepage. Let’s scope the rest of the changes.
Improvements to keyboard input:
- Numeric keypad support for Macbooks and Apple Wireless Keyboards: Press Cmd+U or hold down Fn to make 789/UIO/JKL act as a numpad.
- Toggling Numlock now displays a notification bezel.
- Send Key menu now indicates the current Numlock and Scroll-lock status.
- Insert key on non-Mac keyboards now properly acts as Insert key in DOS.
Improvements to the DOS prompt:
Boxer For Mac Catalina
- You can now paste text into the DOS prompt to execute DOS commands. (Pasting into DOS programs will arrive in a future update.)
- DOS prompt now unpauses when drag-dropping new drives into the window.
- Fixed REVEAL command ignoring the path you specify, and improved its error messages.
Boxer Mac Os
- Fixed regression in 1.2.1 that caused crashes during gamebox startup.
- (Hopefully) fixed occasional hangs when starting up a DOS session.
- Fixed savegames not getting saved correctly in Seasons of Sakura and 3 Sisters’ Story.
- Fixed MT-32 detection for GOG.com release of Battle Chess II.
- Prevented OS X’s own Ctrl+F7 shortcut from interfering with the DOS window.
- Changed the default games folder location back to [home folder]/DOS Games. This does not affect existing games folders.