Applesauce Client Software Updated

The Applesauce Floppy Disk Controller client software has been updated. John Morris released Applesauce FDC Software version 1.74 with the following changes:

  • New bulk processor named Catalog Disks that will generate directory listings for image files and save them into individual txt files.
  • Writing MFM disks now have improved write precompensation handling. It is automatically handled from the Disk Writer. From within the Mastering system of the Disk Analyzer, you can now specify custom write precompensation settings.
  • The Flux Imager had issues detecting double sided disks if the disk used mixed encodings and had a large number of sectors per track. Fixed.
  • Improvements to repairs of IBM sectored disks.
  • When exporting files from a Mac HFS or MFS disk, the modified date of files could be incorrect when the file used a resource fork. Fixed.
  • Lots of UI cleanup and small bug fixes.

Also, a posting on the Applesauce notes that the current supply of Applesauce FDC Controllers are sold out and may not be available again until at least 3rd quarter of 2023.

You can download the latest version of the software through the updater in the Applesauce FDC Client or directly from or the Applesauce FDC website at:

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