I have released the QJump versions of QMON here.
Thanks to Jochen Merz I can now release a very new version of QMenu (menu_rext), along with the original manual: QMenu download page Earlier releases done by me had a few annoying bugs which I was now able to track down. The problems actually were not located in the QMenu source code itself, but Jochen… Read More »
This will be a highly technical post, but as the last one got some positive feedback, why not 😉 Recently on the QL-users mailing list there was a bug discussed that if you load new Basic extensions using LRESPR within a basic PROCedure or FuNction SBasic would sometimes crash. Wolfgang did some initial research and… Read More »
In my last post I lied that regarding the QMovie player “I’m done here”. OK, to my defense, even I didn’t know that I’m not done yet. So today I present to you QMovie v2.0: The details and downloads are on a dedicated QMovie page.
This has been superseded by QMovie v2 QMovie is a quick&dirty full colour movie player including sound for QPC. I really didn’t have the time to write this, but sometimes an idea latches itself into my head and I can’t let go until I have done something about it. So the target for this was… Read More »
A little over two years ago QPC2 v4 was made available for free to celebrate the birth of my little girl Marla. I wanted to release 4.03 for her first birthday but missed the date and then forgot about it (the changes weren’t that important anyway). So I planned to release what I have for… Read More »
In 1991 Albin Hessler released the EasyPtr package to the world. It was quite revolutionary for its time, combining a powerful SuperBasic extension with a true WYSIWYG dialog editor. I was a young lad back then, about 12 years of age, and luck would have it that Albin was friends with Jochen Hassler, who happened… Read More »
I promised last time that I will only write a new post if I have something interesting to say. Today’s topic is interesting to maybe three people in the world, but I’m sure they will be thrilled. Today I was asked a question about the SMSQ/E boot sequence and it’s been so long that even… Read More »