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Some keyboard controls:
Saved state feature
From Professor Ackley:
"When you click 'Save State', it writes out a file in a temporary directory. You can find the name of that file by looking at the console output or typing 'l' in the interface. It's usually some kind of name like /tmp/NUMBERS/save/10.mfs Because /tmp is temporary, if you get a save file you like, you should probably copy it off someplace else. To restart from a saved position, you need to mention its path name in a -cp argument on the command line. Like if you ran: mfms -cp file1.mfs -cp /path/file2.mfs then it will try to load file1.mfs on startup, and if you then hit 'Reload', it'll alternately load /path/file2.mfs and file1.mfs each time you click it.