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Don't think so because on the 84+ keypad, there's a special OS.
Yes using the 84+ keypad is possible. I already have a 84+ key-mapping written, but I don't know how to detect the type of keypad if it changes while a program is running.Downloads:ClickpadTouchpadCX
Sweet! Does the new Nspire OS still have the old TI-84 emulator on it because I know that the old OS still had the old emulator on it right?<b>Edit:</b> Even though we couldn't use it.
However, I disagree with Hayleia: I don't think that the topic should be renamed (much less moved) until, at the very least, the emulator can run TI's OS and a number of third-party programs.
(but I never mentionned moving the topic, only renaming)
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