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Nextion Editor v0.53

New in v0.53

New Encoding support for: koi8-r,
- Windows 874, 1255, 1256, 1257 and 1258
Coding
- Assignments now support HEX values
- Debug Simulator enhancements
Components
- New component QRCode
- Number has new .format attribute
Instruction Enhancements
- prints (to replace print)
- covx (to replace cov)
Realtime touch coordinates
- system variables tch0, tch1, tch2, tch3
Nextion Address Mode (Advanced)
- system variable addr
Protocol Reparse (Advanced)
- system variables u[index], usize, recmod
- instruction ucopy and code_c
EEPROM enhancement
- byte alignment now handled by firmware

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