HP 49/50 Stack Utilities
The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.
There are 14 files totaling 220KB in this category.
|901 UserBOOT 2.43 (details)
||49/50 ENG 15KB/8KB|
|Eight (or more) level stack replacement with new header, new TOOL menu, automatic full-screen editor, and more.|
|By Joël Bourquard (NumLOCK).
|HeadMan 9.2004 (details)
||49/50 ENG 36KB/2KB|
|A 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.
|KOOL STACK (details)
||49/50 ENG ESP 5KB/2KB|
|Allows you to change the environment of the stack. This program should work in all HP 49G ROM's.|
|By Dante Camargo.
||49/50 ENG 3KB/4KB|
|Changes the variable labels so they appear different for different object types in a way similar to the Meta Kernel's stack. Unfortunately both the "binary" and the source are corrupt so this doesn't work.|
|By Miguel Ortega Morales.
|MoonLight 2.1 (details)
||49/50 ENG 12KB/4KB|
|Replaces the header with one that shows more information, including a memory graph, implements a condensed-path display, replaces the variable softmenu with a Meta Kernel-style one, shows errors in status area and more.|
|By A. Palacios Laloy.
|Ohead 1.2003 (details)
||49/50 ENG 6KB/1KB|
|Discards 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.
|One Line Status 1.0 (details)
||49/50 ENG 6KB/1KB|
|Replaces the normal header line by a version with more indicators: current path, VX, real/complex, exact/approx, base, angle mode, coordinate mode, user keyboard, HALT, and entry mode indicators. It's done in ML and a few System RPL calls, so it's very fast.|
|By Thomas Rast.
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