A new update of Malcolm Lear’s PCB Design program is available to download free of charge from my website, at http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/graphics/index.html or http://www.greybeardz.com/graphics/index.html. The previous version available from my site was v7.52, so here’s a list of changes since then: 7.53 Fixed bug in editing mode logic, present since version 7.51. Rem’d out development code. […]
My Launchpad program launcher software is now available to download and use free of charge. Available as version 1 for systems with pointer environment but no Window Manager 2 and a version 2 for WMAN2 systems. There is an information page at http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/gen/launchpad/launchpad.html. Follow the link from that page to the Launchpad Downloads page.
I’m pleased to announce that my Q-Dock docking station software for Window Manager 2 systems has now been made freeware and is available to download from its own page on my website, where you can find a lot of information about it, screen dumps, and downloads. The manual is also available as a Word or […]
Rich Mellor has been able to secure permission for the Liberation Software range of compilers and utilities to be released as freeware. So I have made available copies of the version 1 compiler and manual (formerly known as Budget QLiberator) and version 3.36 compiler and manual on a new QLiberator page on my website. The […]
David Denham’s port of the late Tim Hartnell’s Adventure Shell is now available to download from the Adventure Games section of my website. Written in BASIC, this is a simple package to help create new adventure games, simply by altering names and descriptions in an easy to edit and well documented BASIC program. Adventure Shell […]
I’ve created a new page in the Documents part of my website, dedicated to information about the TCP/IP access included with emulators such as QPC2, uQLx, SMSQmulator and QemuLator. Personally, I found it hard to come across the information and examples of how to use the facilities from QL BASIC, so after a frustrating few […]