Fuse 1.5.7 released

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Fuse 1.5.7 released

Post by Fred » Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:02 am

A new release of Fuse, the Free Unix Spectrum Emulator, is now available at the SourceForge project:


Highlights of this release include:
  • GTK+ 3: Make the offset entry wider in memory browser
  • GTK+: Remove duplicated surface creation code
  • GTK+: Remove use of deprecated gtk_device_(un)grab functions
  • GTK+/Win32: Add *.bin as an allowed filetype to file selectors and amend .fmf filetype
  • Improve Fuse's Kempston mouse handling under GTK+ 3.x
  • "Save binary" command can now save 65536 bytes again (regression introduced in 1.5.6)
  • Various minor bugfixes
Many thanks to everyone who's contributed to this release. Source code is available for download from the SourceForge site.
Download binaries and their locations:
  • Windows binaries are currently available on the SourceForge site
  • A Linux Flatpak binary for the current release will be available shortly from Flathub
  • Compiled binaries for various other platforms should become available in the next few days
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Re: Fuse 1.5.7 released

Post by oblo » Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:23 am

Great! Downloading right now...
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Re: Fuse 1.5.7 released

Post by druellan » Tue Dec 11, 2018 12:15 pm

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Un buen día me puse a probar juegos de ZX Spectrum a ciegas en Youtube, terminó siendo:
📺 Retroarqueología en Youtube

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