Created Speccy-Unix port, currently available in binary form for Ubuntu Linux.
Extended Speccy-Symbian port to support UIQ3 phones from Sony Ericsson and Motorola. As I only have a key-operated Motorola Z8, testers with pen-based SE phones are badly needed.
Added support for Russian Pentagon 256 computer, including RAM mapper, TURBO mode, HiColor, HiRes, and 16Color graphics modes.
Added support for Czech Didaktik Gama computer.
Added support for Scorpion TURBO mode.
Added RealSpectrum and monochrome color palettes.
Added palette selection to built-in menu.
Fixed exit from Scorpion MONITOR menu.
Fixed Spectrum +2 support (was loading the wrong ROM file).
Changed Scorpion port mappings to .
Fixed a bug that made all hardware other than ULA ignore accesses to ports.
Added emulation for the 128kB/+2 Spectrum bug where reading from port 0x7FFD made hardware write the floating bus value into this port.
Made 0x8000..0xFFFF address space return 0xFFs in 16kB Spectrum mode.
Moved NMI and REWIND button handling inside the core Speccy code.
Improved Symbian sound code, although sound problems still persist on some UIQ3 phones.
Split Speccy-Symbian/S60 configuration menu into four tabs, making "Video" and "Audio" settings separate.
Added "Audio Latency", "Skip Frames", and "Sync Updates" settings to Speccy-Symbian.
Added to Speccy-Symbian ability to use Nokia E61/E62 [FUNC] key in the built-in menu.
Fixed a Speccy-Symbian bug where pieces of virtual keyboard remained on screen after closing it.
Pressing  key on Speccy-Symbian now invokes virtual keyboard, if enabled, for the phones which do not have the [EDIT] key.
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