Aemulor issues free bug fix upgradeBy Chris Williams. Published: 16th Sep 2004, 17:36:58 | Permalink | Printable
Speed tweaks and other improvementsThe Aemulor team have announced a number of updates and tweaks to their Aemulor software. Running Aemulor on an Iyonix computer allows users to run legacy software on the new 32bit architecture.
"This is a bug-fix release chiefly aimed at bringing Aemulor users up-to-date with the corrections and enhancements from which Aemulor Pro users already benefit", Aemulor's Neil Spellings explained.
"There have been a couple of further minor corrections and compatibility improvements since the release of Aemulor Pro 2.30, so Pro users may still find it beneficial to upgrade to 2.31."
A list of the tweaks is here, including fixes for issues with 26bit filing systems and toolsprites in the spreadsheet Eureka.
The Aemulor team will also be previewing "the next release of [Aemulor] Pro with improved low-bpp screen emulation" at next month's South East RISC OS show. Aemulor will be exhibiting alongside other confirmed companies, including Castle, RISCOS Ltd. and VirtualAcorn, although as yet there's no mention of STD or Microdigital.
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