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RPCEmu Spoon Edition bug fixed

Published: 20th Jan 2009, 00:28:33 | Permalink | Printable

Version 0.8.1 of the Windows build of open source emulator RPCEmu by Peter and Matthew Howkins has fixes for some of its keyboard mappings and handling of the system clock.

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