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New version of BeebIt released

Posted by Jeffrey Lee on 18:57, 20/7/2004 | ,
 
BeebIt, Michael Foot's popular BBC emulator, has been updated to version 0.56. Updates include faster shadow memory access for BBC B+'s and Master's, support for Interactive Help, a bug fix for Iyonix users without Mode 15 in their monitor definition file, and improved configuration windows - including a key remapping facility so games with awkward controls can be made easier to play.

BeebIt should run fine on all versions of RISC OS from 3.00 to 5.0x, so unless you have a cupboard full of BBC's there's no reason you should be without it.
 
  New version of BeebIt released
  (19:46 20/7/2004)
  Jeffrey Lee (17:32 21/7/2004)
    Guest (13:47 22/7/2004)
      Guest (08:10 23/7/2004)
 
Michael Foot Message #87658, posted at 19:46, 20/7/2004
Unregistered user Thanks for the news update! Can you correct the spelling of my name please? Ta. Oh, and what should I do with my cupboard full of BBCs now? :)
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Jeffrey Lee Message #87659, posted at 17:32, 21/7/2004, in reply to message #87658
Unregistered user > Thanks for the news update!

No problem :)

> Can you correct the spelling of my name please?

Whoops!

> Oh, and what should I do with my cupboard full of BBCs now? :)

Refit them into PC cases and sell them as Iyonicies? ;)
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Guest Message #87660, posted at 13:47, 22/7/2004, in reply to message #87659
Unregistered user Chuck one this-a-way :)
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Guest Message #87661, posted at 08:10, 23/7/2004, in reply to message #87660
Unregistered user Connect them together with econet and do some parallel processing?
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