February 4th, 2019, 22:26 Posted By: wraggster
EightyOne v1.13 is released. EightyOne emulates the Sinclair ZX81, Sinclair ZX80, Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16k/48k, Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128k, Amstrad/Sinclair Spectrum +2, Amstrad/Sinclair Spectrum +2a, Amstrad/Sinclair Spectrum +3, Timex TS1000, Timex TS1500, Timex TS2068, Timex TC2048, Lambda 8300, Ringo R470, MicroDigital TK85 and Jupiter ACE.
EightyOne v1.13 Changelog:
* Bug fixes:
- Only the lower 3 bits of the border value are now saved in Spectrum .Z80 and .SNA snapshots.
- Accessing address $0525 causes the Program Counter to be advanced if flash loading is
enabled but no longer does this if a ROM cartridge is loaded.
- Sound output used to be disabled after a reset.
- The status bar at the bottom of the emulator window was not always redrawn correctly.
- Changed the way the emulator window resizes at startup.
- Save button on TZX Manager's 'Edit General Data Block' dialog was not moved when the form
- Debug symbols were loaded when a program was opened via the TZX Manager but not if opened
from the main window's File menu.
- Corrected the height of the Live Memory View window.
- UDG characters for the Spectrum related models are now shown as their corresponding letters
but underlined (previously they were shown upside down).
- The mouse scroll wheel is now supported by the Memory Window.
- The emulator window can now only be custom resized after first setting the Zoom mode to User
- A new window allows the BASIC program held in memory to be viewed and saved as a bitmap or
as a text file (only for ZX80, ZX81 and Spectrum models).
- Added the ability to read in a BASIC program from a text file (only for ZX80, ZX81 and
- The status bar at the bottom of the emulator window now indicates when reading or writing to
a Microdrive cartridge.
- Added support for various hardware interfaces and settings in .z81 snapshots.
- Added support for the Spectra interface in .z80 snapshots.
- Save dialogs now prompt to overwrite an existing file.
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