Beta phase: Early 1991
Shipped with: N/A
- Added: CrossDOS started out in Prefs with its own editor (see bottom right image below), but by Release 2.1, became a commodity. (Note: Unfortunately, no screen shot is available of its GUI as it refused to open when double-clicked.)
- Added: The "Font" prefs editor included font style check boxes (Plain, Bold, Italic, and Underlined) for System Default and Screen text.
- Improved: The last version of the "Say" utility, 38.5, sported a new GadTools GUI with a cycle gadget for Sex (Male/Female), Type (Normal/Robot), and slider gadgets for Pitch and Speed. It also had a multi-line Text Input gadget. This was obviously intended for inclusion with Release 2.1, but was apparently dropped when Commodore discontinued renewing their license of SoftVoice, Inc.'s speech technology.