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StripChart Defaults - You can select between 12 different waveforms:
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Simulation Speed - Values for Slow, Medium, Fast, and Maximum must be between 0 and 10000.


Preferences when LOAD is pressed - Gives you the option to automatically open the Microprocessor View window and Clear the strip chart.


Preferences when RUN is pressed - Gives you the option to automatically open the Microprocessor View window and Clear the strip chart.


Sim Terminal 6551 ACIA Base Address - In my NewELF II board design, the 6551 Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter is decoded at 8000.
The two register select lines RS0 and RS1 of the 6551 are decoded at this Base Address.

See Terminal Simulator for more info on how to use the TerminalSim in your program.


Use these as defaults for all new files to be simulated. - Everytime you check this off, it will update the template file "1802SimDefaults.cfg" in the  MyDocuments folder for all new subsequent programs you will simulate with the settings you have in the Options Screen.
If the default file does not exist, it will create it.
For example, for all programs your want to simulate, you may want the stripchart to show the CLK, TPA, TPB, MWR, and MRD.
1802ELFSim creates a seperate configuration file for each and every file you initially open so that the file will be configured with the parameters you want to see. If the default file already exist, it will use the template.
Then, you may select other options that will be specific to that program.
i.e.: Add other pins in the stripchart, show microprocessor view when RUN is pressed, etc.


Click here to install.

See Welcome Screen here.
See Main Screen here.
See New ELF II Interface here.
See Microprocessor View here.
See Terminal Simulator here.

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