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Binarray Update Version 0.2 has been released, which includes a fair few features and couple of fixes/tweaks.

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The second update to Binarray has been released - Version 0.2, which includes a bunch of new features and a few fixes/tweaks.

BinarrayV0 2

Changelog

  • Components:
    • New "Label" Component: Allows you to display static text, useful for documenting your circuits
    • New "Buffer" Component: An ordered queue based data storage, where data can either be pushed on to the beginning or retrieved from the end.
    • New "Beeper" Component: Generates a sound when inputted a signal. Settings for volume and frequency
    • Tweaks:
      • Non-used ports behave more consistently, and their state is shown even when they are not connected.
      • Key press compoenents now show ther selected key on their model
  • Colored wires: Useful for documenting you circuits, or just making them look pretty. Visual change only.
    • Paint Selection button: paint all wires in an area the selected color
  • Step forward button: when paused, the simulation can be stepped through manually
  • Resize canvas: resize the canvase to any size - there are no real limits, so be careful!
  • Save selection as new circuit: After copying or cutting a section of your circuit, a "save" button will appear
  • State is maintained when copying or inserting from file
  • Usage statistics are no longer sent (this might have been triggering some people's antivirus)
  • Small tweaks/fixes:
    • Saves list is scrollable
    • Anti-aliasing
    • Various other small changes

If you have any queries or feedback, please be sure to add a comment! If you have any issues, please report them in the forum.

Downloads

Windows 64 bit
Windows 32 bit
Linux
Mac

Comments
frenchiveruti
frenchiveruti

This update is so great that I will totally waste the next of my weekend, keep up the great work!

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