|Re: HP-48GX SpeedUI problem|
Message #2 Posted by Raymond Del Tondo on 1 July 2011, 4:08 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Tom Sauntry
which libraries did you store in which port, and which third-party libraries are installed, and in which ports?
Some of the libraries of the SpeedUI package must be stored in port 0 or 1, like the CF.LIB . For more details please take a look at the MoreInfo.pdf .
Most components should also work from port higher than 1, but it's recommended to store all SpeedUI components in port 0 or 1 for performance reasons, since all higher ports are bank-switched, and thus lead to slower program execution.
Did you install the special UFL library supplied with SpeedUI?
You mention that the library menu doesn't show the SpeedUI components,
which indicates that CF.LIB is not stored in port 0 or 1.
As most libraries, the SpeedUI core component is auto-attaching after a turn of-turn on sequence.
During warmstart, the CF config code also "attaches" (or better activates) the other installed SpeedUI components.