SOLEX 12.1

INSTALLATION:  Run the SETUP121.EXE program and follow the instructions.
The default installation folder is C:\SOLEXORB\SOLEX121.  If you intend to install in a different folder, it is
 recommended to avoid the Windows folder C:\Program Files (x86) or other folders having a splitted name.
 Older installations can be safely removed by manual deletion.
RUN. Method A (from the desktop Icon)
Double-Click on the Solex 12.1 icon. If the size/font of the default window are too small or you don't like
it, change it from the window "Properties" menu (small icon at the top left corner).
All the input/output  takes place in the subdirectory USERDATA of  the Solex12 home directory, such as

RUN. Method B (from CMD window)
The program can be run from any CMD window opened in any custom directory, where all the input/output will take place.

MANUALS  The documentation is located in the DOCS subdirectory of the SOLEX home folder.
An on-line help can be normally obtained at runtime by right-clicking on each command.

UPDATES  Minor updates to the software, for bug fixing and small improvements, will appear from time to time on this page.
These will need only the replacement of the executable files in the SOLEX home folder or, possibly, the replacement of the help
files in the HELP subdirectory, NOT a new full installation.

Download Solex 12.1  Full installation file, updated March 16, 2018

 A minor issue, only for Windows 10 users:

If you get a disturbing out-of-center image in the starting screen, you might fix it by changing to the following executable:

Solex121.exe   Small fix in the executable, just affects the starting screen, not the functionality.

which should replace the one in the Solex home directory.

Then you should edit the last line file Solex.cfg (CFG\Solex.cfg), changing the value of the flag to 1 (if both 0 and -1 don't work).

major issue, for Exorb users who downloaded the installation before March 16:

A trivial bug slowed down the execution of Exorb81 and could cause crashes, please download the fixed executable file: