by October 16, 2007 @ 8:20 pm
Homebrew developer Zx-81 has released an update to his recently released PSPWrite application. PSPWrite is a simple to use yet powerful text editor that allows users to edit any ASCII plain-text file on the PSP, either through the included Danzeff virtual keyboard or a wireless IR keyboard.
Version 1.0.2 features many bug fixes and optimizations to the initial release.
What’s new then in 1.0.2 ?
– IR keyboard is now active in all menus and the ENTER
key works fine (no need to press CTRL-X in menus)
– file extension are now ignored so you can edit any file
– the last folder used to load a file becomes the new default
– the last folder is saved in the configuration file
(so the default folder is not always PSPWrite/txt/ folder)
– options are now saved on exit
– ask before to overwrite a file
– keys such as page-up or page-down are now working fine
in the virtual keyboard
– add missing key mapping in the help file
– option to specify the text and background color
– option to specify the width/height of the editor screen
(the screen will be automatically centered)
– tabulations are now supported
(and expanded in space optionally)
– Bug fix and code cleaning
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