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What's New in Version 0.3.2 See changelog
Keyboard shortcuts are made more similar to GNU Nano. At the moment, X16 Kernal does not detect Alt+key sequences, and therefore there are still differences. The program is now using Kernal method get_modifiers (not yet made it into the public API, but I'm hoping...) to detect Ctrl key pressed. This makes it possible to use several more Ctrl+key sequences where there are overlaps (for instance Ctrl+C is the same character value as Esc).
Code variable definitions remade to use CA65 segment functionality. This does not affect to user experience, but makes to program more easy to maintain and develop.
Earlier versions did not use correct secondary address for files. The program did not handle paths correctly. These issues are now handled.
Specifying device #1 would cause the program to crash on reading or writing files when the program tried to close the file. The same thing happens in BASIC. Try entering OPEN1,1,3,"test,s,r":CLOSE1. To handle this issue, it is no longer possible to select device #1.
The manual is updated to reflect the change of shortcuts.
- With version 0.3.2: