Clipboard format uses entire number up to 10 significant digits
Added CTRL-C to copy display to clipboard.
Fixed problem with SF and CF not enabling stack lift.
Fixed problem with SST through a programmed shortcut EEX entry.
Display overflow/underflow fix.
RCL Σ+ (recall sum) key sequence working.
Fixed SST/BST/RS behaviour - holding down keys to see program display.
-New feature! Program listing has been enhanced to include current values for all registers, flags, trig mode, and display mode. Also adjusted the program listing to 56 lines per column - to better match HP program manuals.
Fixed auto display switching bug.
Fixed stack lift problem after entering exponential numbers.
Fixed stack lift problem after CLX - RCL, RCLI, PI, and EEX would lift stack after CLX.
-New feature! (see help documentation) to auto-load program and data files when MERGE is used in program. Also, an auto-write data file feature when WRITE is used in a program (or manually). These features combined allow for unlimited program size and register file input as well as register file output
-Blinking cursor now leaves card label text fields when a button is pressed.
-Fixed bug: when editing card labels in PRGM mode, the digits and A-E were also entered into the current program as keystrokes.
Cosmetic change to stack print display - slightly better timing.
Some cosmetic fixes: stack and register print timing, shift key stops program run now.
Loading data cards with "insert card" now working.
The (i) key wasn't registering correctly - now fixed.
The program print now prints the whole program - rather than from the current line position. This was a hold over from the HP97 logic - doesn't make sense really with the HP67 emulator because we're always printing paper.
Some fixes to the print stack and register features to match the actual HP67 behavior.
Added a display brightness setting - on pop-up menu.
Like the original HP-97 and HP-67, this emulator is able to read, write and run the same programs as the HP-97 emulator.
Except, this version allows you to print programs - like the HP-97.
See help documentation for further details.
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