PSPWrite v1.0.2 - edit larger files regardless of file extension - Image 1PSPWrite v1.0.1 gets steps up to v1.0.2 with a slew of changes from the previous version. PSP homebrew developer Zx-81 newest release of the homebrewed Sony PlayStation Portable text editor now permits the editing of larger text files, using the 8-bit iso8859-1 character set that's also used in the Danzeff-like virtual keyboard.
In addition, the text editor will also ignore text file extensions, so you can edit text files dotted with .txt extensions. Zx-81 has also ironed out the kinks in the code, with some bug fixes here and there.
The PSP homebrew developer has listed other changes included in the Readme, but we'll list them here for your convenience:
* IR keyboard is now active in all menus and the ENTER
* key works fine (no need to press Ctrl-X in menus)
* the last folder used to load a file becomes the new default folder
* the last folder is saved in the configuration file (so the default folder is not always pspwrite/txt/ folder)
* options are now saved on exit
* ask before to overwrite a file
* keys such as page-up or page-down are now working fine
* in the virtual keyboard
* add missing key mapping in the help file
* option to specify the text and background color
* option to specify the width/height of the editor screen (the screen will be automatically centered)
* tabulations are now supported (and expanded in space optionally)
Zx-81 advises users not familiar with the PSP homebrew application to go through the bundled Readme file (in English or French) for further instructions. 3.xx and 1.50 versions were released, together with the source code under GNU public license. This is the source code for PSPWrite v1.0.2.
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