|Re: Looking for RPN similar to 42s|
Message #9 Posted by Raymond Del Tondo on 7 Mar 2007, 12:57 a.m.,
in response to message #8 by Norris
Furthermore, an upgraded 48GX is still much slower and clumsier to use than a 50G.
I recently made a new version of my user interface replacement libraries,
the new version is a major improvement over the older versions,
and is called 'SpeedUI 7.03 Extreme Edition'.
It accelerates the complete user interface of an HP-48G/G+/GX,
including *all* input forms and choose boxes.
Furthermore, the new 6-level stack display is *much* faster than before,
and the command line and full screen editing facility
is the fastest one I ever saw on an HP-48.
It includes a real COPY/PASTE feature with a multiple object clipboard,
as well as an interactive online command catalog with
fast seach capability and parameter help.
For example, loading the complete 'TEACH' subdirectory
from the stack into the editor takes only 2 (two) seconds,
and scrolling down in the editor now really makes fun.
And my MatrixWriter replacement with switchable fonts
is the fastest one available for the HP-48.
The new SpeedUI 7.03 EE isn't on hpcalc.org yet,
but if anyone interested, I could send the archive as email.
(The SpeedUI version on hpcalc.org is outdated, and should not be used anymore)
Unlike 'MetaKernel', the SpeedUI components can be stored
in any port,
although port 0 or 1 are recommended for speed.
Installation and deinstallation works as with any other libraries.
SpeedUI was made for users, not for hackers;-)
Edited: 7 Mar 2007, 1:14 a.m.