Wolfgang Rautenberg

First Name:Wolfgang
Last Name:Rautenberg
Web Address:http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/~raut/
Last Change:2008-09-01 17:36:44
Number of Files:83

ACC   (details) 48   EN   2KB/2KB
ScreenshotShows a pretty analog clock and the calendar of the current month, preferably when you turn on your calculator. Same as CStart but doesn't start automatically.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/01/30

ACC 1.2005   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotAnalog clock and paging calendar. Clock runs with high precision also while paging through the month. Autostart-functionality with "blind" turn-off. ACC is very small because it's a self-extracting code, applied here for the first time).
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

ACCeuro 1.2005   (details) 49/50   EN   FR   ES   PT   DE   IT   46KB/1KB
ScreenshotACC (Analog Clock with paging Calendar) in various languages. Clock keeps running with high precision also while paging the calendar. Autostart after a "blind" turn-off. ACC is a small self-extracting code applied here for the first time. Languages: Besides in the 6 indicated languages also in Dutch, Esperanto, Finnish, Polish. American English version is a separate package named ACC.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg, Jurjen N.E. Bos, Eduardo M. Kalinowski and others. 2006/05/27

ACS   (details) 48   EN   2KB/2KB
ScreenshotShows a pretty analog clock and the calendar of the current month, preferably when you turn on your calculator.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/01/30

AdjClock 1.2002   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotSmall and fast tool for adjusting time in seconds, minutes or hours, also for fast switching between summer and winter time. Can easily be integrated in the builtin TIME choose box.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/12/27

AdjustCk 1.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   10KB/1KB
ScreenshotA small but comfortable and easy to use clock adjustment and calibration tool for the HP 49 clock. All manipulation is made in a graphic environment on a running analog clock. Includes independent DST and Time zone switching.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/05/07

Alarm 3.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   12KB/1KB
ScreenshotA fast and comfortable alarm maker, with repeat intervals of precisely one or several years, same day and time. Contains also a Cuckoo alarm making a clock from your HP 49 but the Cuckoo calls at desired hours only. Alarms run with dark display to make the sound nicer and to save the batteries.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/07/03

ANI48   (details) 48   EN   12KB/1KB
ScreenshotThe package contains a powerful animator called ANI (both for moving and for alternating pictures, with speed and direction switchers, standby etc) and a sample of examples to explain the use of ANI in own animations.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2002/11/14

ANI49 2.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   25KB/1KB
ScreenshotThe package contains a tiny but powerful animator named ANI (with speed and direction switch, standby etc) and a sample of examples to explain the use of ANI in self-made animations. HTML documentation included.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Appsman 3.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   9KB/1KB
ScreenshotAllows customization of the APPS choose box and many other internal boxes or menus. Dispensable items can be removed, arbitrary items added, and the item order in the browsers may be changed. Customization can be different in different directories.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Carsten Dominik. 2003/12/28

BACO   (details) 48   EN   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotBase conversion program, showing binary/hexadecimal/decimal/octal conversions all at once.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1999/10/01

BACO 9.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotBase conversion program, showing binary/hexadecimal/decimal/octal conversions all at once. All digits are shown, even if the number of binary digits is very high. Display of base representation now in normal font.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

BINTS   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB
Lists all built-in bints of the HP 49 and their pointers outside the standard range BINT0 - Bint131. Almost all of them are stable pointers and can safely be used in programming as 2.5 byte objects.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/03/06

BINTSandREALS   (details) 49/50   EN   4KB/3KB
Includes two HP 49 files which list, respectively, the built-in BINTs and REALs with stable pointers. Although huge text files, due to compression in code they take only 3 KB in the whole.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/04/04

BZ49 1.2   (details) 49/50   EN   9KB/2KB
ScreenshotThe best compression program for the HP 48, now available for the HP 49.
By Mika Heiskanen, Christoph Gießelink, and Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/09/09

BZMAN 4.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   20KB/2KB
A small but complete one-page BZ-manager. Enables you to hide BZ-strings in self-decompressing code objects. Allows compressing a whole directory with all its subdirectories, etc.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

Carpet   (details) 49/50   EN   5KB/1KB
ScreenshotMini animation. Weaves a carpet in 5 seconds for which a team of specialists would need months. Carpet does not affect PICTURE, flags or stack. Includes versions for both 64-line calculators and 80-line calculators.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2008/09/01

ChangeKeymap 1.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
A choose box for fast switching various user keymaps (versions of the hidden UserKeys list), one for physics, etc. Keymaps are generated with the the SetKeymap option and should be compressed, in general.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/01/15

Choosext 9.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   19KB/1KB
ScreenshotSimilar to Steen Schmidt's InformBuilder which extends INFORM, CHOOSEXT the CHOOSE command. You can now have additional options in the menu coming with the CHOOSE command, not only CANCL and OK.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Compose   (details) 48   EN   11KB/6KB
ScreenshotPlays single-voice songs and other pieces of music, along with a tool to create your own songs. Includes some sample songs.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Raymond Del Tondo. 2000/04/09

CstLIB   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
Very small tool for completely customizing the LIB menu. Can even be done context-sensitive, i.e. you may see different LIB menus in different directories.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/05/22

CTAB   (details) 49/50   48   EN   35KB/36KB
Makes it easy to switch between two Jazz tables. Designed to simplify compiling programs for the HP 49 when using an HP 48.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/05/23

Cuckoo 6.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
Makes a Cuckoo clock from your HP 49 but the Cuckoo calls at desired hours only, e.g. at lunch and dinner time. The Cuckoo calls with dark display to make the sound nicer and can be interrupted with any key.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/07/03

D2L for Jazz   (details) 48   EN   1KB/1KB
Makes it easy to convert a directory to a library with Jazz.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1999/10/01

Dino   (details) 49/50   EN   4KB/1KB
A status bar animation - Dino's breakfast. User control of spead, direction etc.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/01/16

DTYPE   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
Displays the type of an object using the long type names like "System Binary," etc. Also extracts rompointers and flashpointers.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/11/25

EQL+ 2.2005   (details) 49/50   EN   70KB/37KB
ScreenshotThe famous HP 48 Equation library reprogrammed, both for the HP 49G and 49g+, with old and new solvers. Moreover, you can make your own equally comfortable equation browser on a field not covered by the standard equation categories, even with your own animation, similar to that found in the Mass-Spring system.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Arnaud Amiel. 2006/05/27

ExtUsrRPL 4.2001   (details) 49/50   EN   4KB/1KB
Extends User RPL to a minimal extent by a quoter, to quote names and other objects inside lists. This enlarges the power of User RPL enormously. It builds a bridge to System RPL, without being forced to learn System RPL.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/07/13

Filer6 5.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   40KB/4KB
ScreenshotPowerful alternative to the built-in filer of the HP 49g+/50g. No menu paging, and there are more and better hardkey options, e.g. for getting ROM and CAS version, time and date, quoting etc. One can also hide and unhide files in a directory. And being in a port, one can ARCHIVE with date and time appended, and RESTORE. Also enhances SD card support. The package includes HTML documentation. For the 49g+/50g only.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/05/11

Filers 3.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   36KB/2KB
ScreenshotThree powerful alternatives to the built-in filer of the HP 49G. No menu paging, and there are more and better hardkey options, e.g. for getting ROM and CAS version, time and date, quoting etc. One can also hide and unhide files in a directory. And being in a port, one can ARCHIVE with date and time appended, and RESTORE. The package includes HTML documentation. Includes both 49G versions and a 49g+ version with enhanced SD card support.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

FlagTog   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
Comfortable flag-toggler. Toggles all flags and displays in small font in the Header what has just been done.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/10/07

Fontman 8.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   11KB/2KB
ScreenshotFontman makes it easy to create your own font, also for export. This concerns minifonts as well. Clearly, you can always temporarily modify your current font in the builin Character browser. But modifying or creating a new font seriously means more, namely besides new characters it has to be given a new name and number, called the font ID. This is readily done with SetFP in a dialog screen shown in the screen-shot. You can modify or create a new Minifont as well. Fontman contains also a new powerful font browser. You can toggle the builtin fonts, recall the current font, etc.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Fonts   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
The smallest and best program to toggle between different font sizes.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/05/27

GVIEW   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
Searches all files containing graphics in the current directory and displays them one after another with the NXT-key. The menu area displays additional information on Size and name. The Arrow-Keys scroll the graphics whose right lower boarder is marked. ENTER leaves the present graphic on the stack.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

HeadMan 9.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   36KB/2KB
ScreenshotA tool for using the new header of the HP 49g+ or to integrate it into the display for various environments (Stack, EQW etc). Its viewer uses the entire screen and scrolls nicer than the standard VIEW. In minifont 12 stack levels are visible. Intended for use with ROM version prior to 2.00, which didn't already have built-in support for the full screen.
By Jorge Cevallos M. and Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

Hide 1.03   (details) 48   EN   3KB/1KB
Hides and unhides variables in any directory. Allows permanent storing in nullnames and other operations on nullnames. Contains special commands for treating the NULLNAME like a legal variable name.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2002/11/14

Hide 1.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB/1KB
Hides and unhides variables in any directory. Allows permanent storing in nullnames and other nullname manipulation. New version also covers a complete management of the Hidden Directory.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/05/07

Horse   (details) 48   EN   2KB/2KB
ScreenshotShows an animated horse walking across the stack display.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/02/27

Horse   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
ScreenshotA horse running over the screen. User control of speed and direction. Pictures can be seen in single steps (strobe).
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/06/20

IOMAN 5.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   27KB/1KB
ScreenshotPowerful I/O manager. Supports transfer and printing. The parameters in IOPAR and PRTPAR are set in an easy manner by cycling through all admissible values. You can also visualize ASCII control characters, remove black squares from a text, get the ASCII transcriptions of the special HP characters, etc. Ioman.zip contains a listing of the first 32 ASCII control characters and their original meaning, for download on the 49+.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and James M. Prange. 2004/05/09

JSBACH   (details) 48   EN   4KB/4KB
A famous violin concerto in E major by J.S. Bach.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/03/25

JSBACH 2003   (details) 49/50   EN   6KB/3KB
A famous violin concert in E major by J.S. Bach. Tempo can be modified during the performance. May be played arbitrarily fast. Now includes a 49g+ version.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Keyman 5.2004/5.2004Get It   (details) 49/50   EN   FR   DE   66KB/2KB
ScreenshotA small but powerful key manager for the 49 and 49+. Allows mode-sensitive assignments and supports shift-hold, long-hold and double-clicked keys. With Keyman, dozens of professional key assignments can be made without conflict with standard operations of keys. The 49G+ version supports accessing the SD card directly. You may also switch different keymaps, for physics, engineering etc. HTML documentation in several languages.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/10/05

KEYMAN Jan2001Get It   (details) 48   EN   6KB/1KB
A small but powerful key manager for the HP 48. Allows mode-sensitive assignments and supports shift-hold, long-hold and double-clicked keys.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/01/12

LFONT 9.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   11KB/2KB
ScreenshotA font of size 7, mainly for logic and math. It is better readable than the built-in FONT7 and allows sub- and superscripts, hence it may replace FONT7. The package contains a key assignment for toggling the current font with LFONT.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

LIBMAN   (details) 48   EN   5KB/4KB
LIBMAN Library manager, making it easy to to create and split libraries.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Rick Grevelle. 2000/05/20

Libman 2.2003/1.2004Get It   (details) 49/50   EN   25KB/2KB
ScreenshotA comfortable tool for managing the LIB menu on the LIB key which cannot be rearranged with the Filer. With about 20 libs the LIB key becomes intolerably slow. Libman sets up a full-screen browser for all attached libs with a rich menu for customization of the LIB menu and other manipulation with libs. You can organize the LIB menu in pages, a separate page for game libs, for port entries etc. Libs not needed directly may temporarily "sleep" (they remain active). In a satellite command browser HELP on a lib command may be consulted exactly as in the CAT browser. On the 49G+, this also provides an easy means of accessing files on the SD card. Contains HTML documentation.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Library Data Toggler 7.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
The small tool LDAT~ toggles a Library Data object on the stack with its readable content which then can be modified. Applications explained in examples.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/07/24

MathFont 0.8   (details) 49/50   EN   10KB/2KB
ScreenshotMathFont is designed for mathematics and engineering. It replaces the multi-language support of the built-in font by a sample of glyphs used in formal and informal mathematical languages. Font and Minifont objects are provided encapsulated in a toggler.
By Federico Marziali (Kickaha) and Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/03/02

Mines 1.2005   (details) 49/50   EN   11KB/2KB
ScreenshotEssentially the famous MINEHUNT game from the 48, but much more comfortable. With sounds. And a convenient command to set the number of mines or to decide whether playing with covered mines or not. You need not care on extra-variables for this or for storing the game anymore.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

MPlay 1.2002   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB/1KB
A very small Mig-player, similar to an audio player. For people who do not write music for the famous (and large) Mig-library but only want to listen to it. Both MPlay and Mig3.2 have the same romid but can peacefully coexist, see MPlay.txt. Incompatible with the 49g+/48gII.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Miguel González Cuadrado. 2001/12/20

MPlayBach 1.2001   (details) 49/50   EN   13KB/11KB
A package containing a small Mig-player and a selection of famous compositions of J.S. Bach. If you sent me other Bach compositions, I may include them in the package. Also high-level Play-Bach in Jazz style is welcome :-) Incompatible with the 49g+/48gII/50g.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Miguel González Cuadrado. 2001/12/20

Msgman 1.2005   (details) 49/50   EN   12KB/1KB
ScreenshotMessages can only partly be handled at the user level in the ERROR menu. This situation improves considerably with Msgman. All built-in messages can conveniently be called to the stack, and you can find all built-in messages containing a given text fragment. Using its number instead of a message itself saves bytes in your programs and makes the message even language-sensitive. Msgman has one page only. The first 3 commands deal with built-in messages, the last 3 with message display, preferably in the new header of the HP 49g+. You can flash a message in the new header, or display it in two lines in the header, similar to PROMPT but without suspending with HALT. And you can insert a small text into the header at a suitable place.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

NATO   (details) 48   EN   3KB/2KB
ScreenshotSave Serbia from being blown up by NATO. Or, if you prefer, let it be blown up!
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1999/05/05

Noon   (details) 48   EN   2KB/2KB
ScreenshotShows the world map, local date and time, and the noon meridian during day time in Asia, Europe and America.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/02/01

Noon 5.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   4KB/1KB
ScreenshotShows the world map, local date and time, and the noon meridian during day time in Asia, Europe and America with high precision. DST switching added. Useful also as autostart informator in Date&Time, including local time on nearly the whole world. The package also contains a tiny but powerful animator named ANI (with speed and direction switch, standby etc) and a sample of examples to explain the use of ANI in self-made animations.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/07/16

Nulllam Permute   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
Permutes the NULLLAMs in a decompiled System RPL program. E.g., { 3 1 4 2 } will rename 1GETLAM, 1PUTLAM into 3GETLAM, 3PUTLAM, respectively.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Ohead 1.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   6KB/1KB
ScreenshotDiscards the new 49g+ header to make still more space for stack display - up to 10 levels in font size 7. For the 49g+ only; only useful with ROM versions prior to 2.00.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

OT4   (details) 48   EN   21KB/9KB
Operating tools to make the HP 48 friendlier to use: key assignment manipulation, variable hiding, compression, library creation/splitting, and more.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/05/20

OT48 1.03   (details) 48   EN   10KB/3KB
A library of useful tools not for hackers but for the normal user, similar to OT49. Includes a fast viewer in large font, a powerful menu management, compression tools and a file running automatically after each warmstart to set your favorite flags etc, similar to STARTUP for the HP 49.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2002/11/14

OT49 9.2003/4.2004Get It   (details) 49/50   EN   41KB/5KB
ScreenshotOperating tools offering menu, library, hiding, programming and compressing tools, allows recalling menus, rompointers, flashpointers, key assignments, to toggle fonts, flags, decompiling/recompiling, etc. The BZ-toggler creates its own powerful menu for handling BZ-strings. With it you may create very small self-decompressing code objects, for instance. The library manager D<->L from OT49 now allows adding HELP options to library commands to be shown in CAT, Libman or elsewhere. OT49 contains the first library tool customizing the creation of HELP options for library commands in the framework of User RPL. Includes HTML documentation.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/05/11

OT49key   (details) 49/50   EN   2KB/1KB
Sample key assignments for use with OT49.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/07/01

Paint   (details) 48   EN   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotAdds a new plot type for painting so that the (X,Y) coordinates start at the upper-left corner and correspond to pixel positions.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/03/11

Paint   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
Adds a new plot type for painting.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/06/20

Plasy   (details) 48   EN   2KB/1KB
ScreenshotA comfortable information program presenting the basic physical and geometrical data on the planetary system. Updated with the latest data (November 2000).
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/11/12

Plasy   (details) 49/50   EN   DE   29KB/1KB
ScreenshotA convenient overview of the latest physical and geometrical data of our planetary system in a two-page menu. Updated according to the latest data (November 2001).
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

Programming in Extended User RPL   (details) 48   EN   5KB/1KB
Tool to bridge the gap between User RPL and System RPL by expanding the feature set of User RPL.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1999/02/08

Protect   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
Protects sensitive variables against unintended overwriting.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

RPN   (details) 48   EN   1KB/1KB
Converts all algebraics in a program to RPN. More powerful than the built-in ->RPN function in the TEACH directory.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1998/12/08

Split 4.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotPerhaps the smallest library splitter - less than 125 bytes. And it splits even internal libraries like lib 2 (most User RPL commands) or lib 221 with the new 49 user commands DISPXY etc. For splitting library 2 with 67 pages of most user commands only 10_s are needed, and for the still larger CAS lib 222 (80 pages!) less than 15_s. Rompointer references to the library commands are not replaced by names from the source directory which is sometimes very useful.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/05/09

Terror 3.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   7KB/1KB
ScreenshotFor those who want overcome their feelings of aggression. Anti aircraft rockets try to defend a town. For both the 49G and 49G+. A really fascinating game not only for children.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

TETRI   (details) 48   EN   4KB/3KB
ScreenshotA compact Tetris implementation with high score.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1999/12/29

TETRI 3.2006   (details) 49/50   EN   16KB/2KB
ScreenshotA very small Tetris implementation with high score and sounds. Unlike in most other Tetris versions, a TETRI player does not fight with growing speed but growing complexity after passing to a higher level. The game may be suspended to have a quiet look at the screen and the game situation, or to turn the calculator temporarily off. Also precise score rules are presented. SPECIAL FEATURE: You may repeat a game with the same dice distribution for being more successfully in a second try. You've the choice between a TETRI directory or a library.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

Timeman 1.2005Get It   (details) 49/50   EN   26KB/4KB
ScreenshotAllows setting setting date and time in a nice graphic environement with a running analog clock and a (month) calendar. The clock hands are moved with some keys as if you would move them on a real clock with your finger tips. Powerful calibration tools for the HP 49 clock are included as well. One can virtually browse through the calendar, in steps of a day, a week, a month or a year, even through the centuries. Thus, you see how the month calendar looks ten years from now, say, and make your plans. You can also easily set date and time after a battery collaps etc. There is also a world map with a moving noon meridian. Hence, so you'll know where it is noon at present. You can also set the 24 time-zone and in this way readily determine the local time of big towns in the whole world. Included are also fast alarm tools which allow setting repeat alarms of precisely one or several years, impossible with builtin tools. And you may play your own wake-up melody. Documentation in HTML.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2006/05/27

Topkeys   (details) 48   EN   5KB/1KB
A choose box of small, fast and very useful key assignments for the 48G. For example, it has an UPDIR running as repeater and returning always to the menu page you'd started from, and a general quoting tool on the right-shift-hold softkeys. Keyman is mandatory. It is even more powerful if OT48 is also present.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2002/11/17

Topkeys 4.2003   (details) 49/50   EN   11KB/1KB
ScreenshotA choose box of top key assignments for the HP 49G (not the 49g+) which supplement the ones offered by Keyman. For toggling BASE, ANGLE and COORDINATES systems, for fast and efficient purge and order, etc. None of these assignments (described in the included HTML document) is in conflict with standard assignments.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/07/28

Topkeys+ 2.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   14KB/1KB
ScreenshotA choose box of top key assignments for the HP 49g+ (not the 49G) which supplement the ones offered by Keyman. For toggling BASE, ANGLE and COORDINATES systems, for fast and efficient purge and order, etc. None of these assignments (described in the included HTML document) is in conflict with standard assignments.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2003/12/28

TRAIN   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotA train and a car are moving on the header rail. Simply see what happens.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2001/01/11

UCO   (details) 48   EN   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotSmall base unit conversion program.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1998/09/27

UCO   (details) 49/50   EN   1KB/1KB
Fast and comfortable unit converter in a dialog box with UNITS menu.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2000/10/20

Unitman 4.2004Get It   (details) 49/50   EN   FR   ES   DE   54KB/2KB
ScreenshotAllows a complete customization of the UNITS system. One may add user-defined units to the unit categories. User units are treated like built-ins, i.e., the famous 3-fold functionality of a unit key applies to an integrated user-units as well. In addition, one may reorganize a units menu, i.e., reorder it or purge not needed units. The same can be done with the whole bundle of unit directories to which new ones may be added ad libitum. Now contains HTML documentation.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/05/09

UNITMAN 7.2001Get It   (details) 48   EN   6KB/1KB
Allows built-in units to be purged and others added to unit menus ad libitum. Unit categories can be added and removed as well. Thus, the UNITS menu system can be completely reorganized and adapted to professional needs. Particularly interesting is that the famous 3-fold functionality of unit keys applies to user-defined units as well.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/08/19

ViewKey 5.2004   (details) 49/50   EN   4KB/1KB
ScreenshotThis minitool displays the current user assignment of a key, for the case you forgot it. Professional assignments (made e.g. with Keyman) are System RPL programs or code objects. ViewKey cares itself about the right disassembling. For the 49g+ only. Requires Keyman.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 2004/10/05

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