Firstly, I have to use STACKD as it is a hack to the system. Otherwise I have to change too many very complex things.RAPo wrote: ↑Sat Sep 12, 2020 2:49 pmfllipping bits is a great addition!
as for displaying representations when in mode 2:
a) why in stackd=2, couldn't it be better a systemwide setting: showfullbaseprec=Yes or no?
b) if find the layout confusing. beneath the bar you see two values if I lookup i see two values, but they are not the representations from the values below the bar. I'll know they are indexed by X: in the screen but is doesn't feel good. Would be better to mirror the values beneath the bar in a specific base-n notation above the bar. We have now n=10,n=2,n=16 but where is my beloved n=8?
Secondly, I do not see it as a problem to have a setting of say #BASEDSP which auto-sets the STACKD.
Now, reading what you said,
You mention you need Octal. And you mention the screen is confusing. I can fix both at the same time by removing the Y stack level display:
What about I change to display X only (STACKD=1), with a line above it, and then all three of HEX, OCT, and BIN displayed above the line?