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PrivateEye 3.01 fixes a directory navigation issue

by David Thomas on

PrivateEye 3.01 is now available. This includes a fix for filing systems which don’t provide predictable sequence numbers. Previously using Page Up or Page Down to flip between images when using a filing system such as FAT32FS could bring them up in an unexpected order. PrivateEye now rescans the directory on each flip to find the previous or next image as requested.

Since it’s a minor fix I’ve not updated the PDF manual.

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Speccy Link Dump!

by David Thomas on

It’s been swelling, building for a while and now the time is right for a massive dump .. of links related to my project to reverse engineer The Great Escape.

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PrivateEye 3.00 with a couple of fixes

by David Thomas on

An update to my RISC OS image viewer PrivateEye is now available with a couple of small but essential fixes for anyone using a Raspberry Pi 3, or using a version of RISC OS with zero page protection enabled:

Additionally it was rebuilt using the latest DDE27 tools from RISC OS Open Ltd.

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ARM training fixes

by David Thomas on

There have been a couple of recent changes to the ARM courses. Here’s a summary (with reporter in brackets):

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ARM training fixes

by David Thomas on

There have been a couple of recent fixes to the ARM courses. Here’s a summary (with reporter in brackets):

In fact, while fixing the aliases diagram I re-drew all of the Introduction to ARM diagrams in Affinity Designer.

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