"Persistent custom menu" firmware

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ljubo
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"Persistent custom menu" firmware

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I have swithched to 3.18b1 (+ complex values bugfix) in my experimental "persistent custom menu" version - see https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-1 ... #pid144669 (just FYI, if one can't wait for the official fix :D )

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HP-15C, DM15L, HP-35S, DM42
pipedwho
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"Persistent custom menu" firmware

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I've loaded up ljubo's firmware and complex numbers are working again. Thomas Okken's patch definitely does the job.

I also like the concept of the custom menu as default, but since I don't have any keys set it's just blank, which makes it look a bit strange.
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Re: "Persistent custom menu" firmware

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ljubo wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 1:08 am
I have swithched to 3.18b1 (+ complex values bugfix) in my experimental "persistent custom menu" version...
If you haven't already done so could you please include a notice in your firmware's "About" screen informing the user that this firmware is neither provided by nor supported by SwissMicros.
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ljubo
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Re: "Persistent custom menu" firmware

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grsbanks wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 7:49 pm
If you haven't already done so could you please include a notice in your firmware's "About" screen informing the user that this firmware is neither provided by nor supported by SwissMicros.
Will do that - as a first step I have added an explicit note in the download post at https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-1 ... #pid145227
HP-15C, DM15L, HP-35S, DM42
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