HAC v1.13 released for Windows (17th Mar 2012 )
This update brings many improvements to HAC and HAC created apps running on both standard Android devices and Amazon’s Kindle Fire.
The Persistant Storage option now works. This allows an app upon quitting to automatically save all its variables/fields so that on restarting they can be automatically reloaded thus saving the programmer a lot of work.
There are some major improvements including fixing screen orientation, better detection of status bar height plus several bug fixes.
Extra functionality include 4 new functions for fast array searching and 30 commands/functions for operating on Binary files.
Improvements directed at the Kindle fire include better use of its screen area and the ability to use up to 800×800 icons for the carousel. Also apps are now fully refreshed after being sent to the background such as might happen when the user activated another app or pressed the Home or Back buttons on the Options Bar.
For further details see the release notes accompanying HAC and the posts listed in our forums
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