Calculon 1.2 reviewDownload
A nice looking calculator that includes a 2 line display and a choice of 10 different face colors.
A nice looking calculator that includes a 2 line display and a choice of 10 different face colors. It doesn’t have any buttons — you just enter calculations with your keyboard — which means that it’s small and doesn’t use up much space on your screen. Calculon also supports extended calculations, including the use of parentheses such as: (3+3)*3=18
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Added the ability to paste from the clipboard.
Added the ability to delete the last character by pressing the “delete” key or left arrow key.
Pressing the “c” or capital “C” key now resets the calculator (in addition to the “clear” key) — mainly added this for PowerBook users, since there’s no dedicated “clear” key as on full-size keyboards.
Fixed a bug that was causing characters to be entered twice for PowerBook users using the “fn” key and the pseudo-number pad (keys M, J, K, L, U, I, O, etc.).
Added some checks to prevent users from entering “=” more than once.
Typing a number after a calculation has been made now resets the calculator and starts a new calculation (previously, it had a bug where the number would be appended to the end of the old answer).
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