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Re: HP Prime CAS: Error reports, request, etc :
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2013, 11:34:08 am »
Has any of the bugs present in the 39gII OS been fixed for this Prime upgrade? (since the Prime is its successor)

Also does the emu accurately emulates the hardware? Else we can't really test since the calc isn't released yet (I don't have one :(). Maybe Critor and Kerm in September though.
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Re: HP Prime CAS: Error reports, request, etc :
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2013, 11:44:42 am »
Maybe Critor and Kerm in September though.
Maybe Critor, but I don't know about Kerm. There was no recent post on Cemetech about the Prime, as if no one noticed that an emulator was leaked, and as if Kerm didn't get an official copy. On the contrary, Ti Planet newsed about the leak and also about the fact they were given an official (I hilighted the word "officielle" in the post) copy of the emulator (and they then made a long post about how it works, etc).
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Re: HP Prime CAS: Error reports, request, etc :
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2013, 12:41:13 pm »
Yeah IIRC for the calc itself they're under NDA until September, as does anyone else who received a sample of the calc, so they might not be allowed to showcase it until then. Of course, some people already did, but it's best that others respect HP's wishes to not show things before they want you to, else in the future they will feel more relunctant about giving people the chance to test samples of their products.

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Re: HP Prime CAS: Error reports, request, etc :
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2013, 02:33:09 pm »
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Re: HP Prime CAS: Error reports, request, etc :
« Reply #5 on: July 22, 2013, 03:04:12 pm »
Yeah IIRC for the calc itself they're under NDA until September, as does anyone else who received a sample of the calc, so they might not be allowed to showcase it until then. Of course, some people already did, but it's best that others respect HP's wishes to not show things before they want you to, else in the future they will feel more relunctant about giving people the chance to test samples of their products.
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Re: HP Prime CAS: Error reports, request, etc :
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2013, 02:25:06 am »
I don't have time to post there, but there is a bug I found right now:

If you try using RECT_P with a color value other than the RGB(#,#,#) format, such as a decimal number, for example, it will act as the black color. However, with PIXON_P it works fine.

So for example, this will slowly fade the screen to black:
Code: [Select]
EXPORT fadein()
BEGIN
FOR C FROM 0 TO 3 DO
FOR X FROM 0 TO 319 DO
FOR Y FROM 0 TO 239 DO
INT(GETPIX_P(X,Y)/2)▶P;
PIXON_P(X,Y,P);
END;
END;
END;
END;

However, if you try using RECT_P instead for any reason (such as wanting to pixelate the screen as it fades in):

Code: [Select]
EXPORT fadein2()
BEGIN
FOR C FROM 1 TO 4 DO
2^C▶D;
FOR X FROM 0 TO 319 STEP D DO
FOR Y FROM 0 TO 239 STEP D DO
INT(GETPIX_P(X,Y)/2)▶P;
RECT_P(X,Y,X+D,Y+D,P,P);
END;
END;
END;
END;

Then the pixels will immediately become black without fading in.

This is definitively a bug, since PIXON accepts non-RGB color format, yet RECT doesn't.