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CLK Clock Signal 2020-11-29
Posted on: Dec 04, 2020 - 05:16 by Q-Marine

Apple I/II German

CLK (Clock Signal) ist ein quelloffener 8-bit / 16-bit Computer und Konsolen Emulator für Linux und MacOS von Tom Harte.


CLK (Clock Signal) is an open-source 8-bit / 16-bit computer and console emulator available for Linux and MacOS written by Tom Harte.

  • corrects an error in handling of colour burst amplitude within the OpenGL scan target that could cause a bright green display if a colour screen was paired with a machine that does not provide a colour burst — in practice, the Apple II in text mode was the primary victim;

  • corrects an error in my Qt bindings which object sliced a keyboard class, potentially affecting any keyboard that deviates from the default — in practice, the Apple II was the primary victim as it uses non-positional, logical input almost exclusively;

  • improves the SDL target's handling of logical key symbols, affecting any and all machines with the logical keyboard mapping enabled; and

  • increases the range of keys that can be used as reset on an Apple II. It's now any F key, or those in the page up/down/delete/etc cluster on a standard PC keyboard.

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