Some aspects of TinyELF can be changed to suit your personal work preferences.
The customization settings for TinyELF can be accessed by selecting the Preferences command on the TinyELF application menu.
On the Preferences panel, click to check the options you'd like activated. Use the slider control to adjust the volume of the Q line audio.
- Automatically open new computer if none open
When this option is selected, TinyELF will open a new simulation and keypad window whenever it becomes active, providing that none are already open.
- Hide debug panels when app is inactive
The debug panels (1802 State, Memory Contents, Trace, and Breakpoints) can take up a lot of room on your display. If you'd prefer that these panels be hidden when TinyELF isn't the active application, check this option.
- Show 1802 state when breakpoint acknowledged
Hitting a breakpoint throws the simulated ELF computer into Single Step mode, which is typically used with the Step button on the 1802 State panel. If you'd like that panel to come to the front when you acknowledge a breakpoint, select this option.
- Q Line Speaker Volume
By connecting a small amplifier and speaker to the 1802's Q output line, users of ELF computers could produce sound simply by toggling Q at a desired frequency. You'll find more information on generating sound here.